What was the biggest surprise of the year?
The continued success of Apple. It’s been a quiet period after Jobs’s disappearance and it is very difficult to step into those shoes,... Read more »
The global market for unemployment care is huge, waiting to be disrupted. The US alone spends ~$100 billion yearly on unemployment benefits. But the value of under-used resources is much bigger... Read more »
One purpose of writing this piece is a vague hope of being proven wrong by some economist who knows better than me. That would be nice. Because what I have come... Read more »
Yahoo + Tumblr is a good match because Tumblr has the huge and vibrant social network, but no revenues, while Yahoo lacks social, but knows how to earn money on ads.... Read more »
Meet VeeMe, my “virtual me” that acts like me and reacts like me. I’ve written about him/me before (here and here).
If you think VeeMe sounds creepy, I agree!... Read more »
This article was written by David Nordfors, president of IIIJ Innovation and Communication; Sven Otto Littorin, former Minister for Employment of Sweden; and Anders Flodström, vice chair of the executive committee... Read more »
Sand Hill Road is a chasm. On one side: the lion’s share of prime Silicon Valley venture capital firms. On the other side, less than half a mile away: the SLAC... Read more »