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Stories of people who decide the only way forward — for real change — is to burn everything to the ground.
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These days, nearly every major news organization employs multiple reporters who aggressively cover the tech industry, but a decade ago tech coverage was dominated by blogs like TechCrunch, Mashable, and VentureBeat. Back then, these blogs churned out scoop after scoop, competed for traffic, and sometimes even went to war with each other.
Among the earliest of these blogs was ReadWriteWeb. Launched in 2003, it was founded by Richard MacManus, a New Zealander who was inspired to launch a site after reading the work of blog pioneer Dave Winer. Within a few years, MacManus began selling ads and was able to hire a global staff of reporters.
I recently interviewed MacManus about the early days of tech blogging and why, for his latest writing project, he decided to eschew blogging entirely and launch a newsletter instead.
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Podcasting as a medium has been around for about 13 years now, and for most of that time you’d find that most podcasts were platform agnostic. When a new episode was released, it would appear pretty much simultaneously across all podcast apps. Sure, podcasters placed most of their promotional efforts on iTunes, but that’s because it accounted for most of all podcast listening.
But over the last few years, the podcast and audio app space has gotten more competitive, and because of this we’ve seen some of these apps marketing exclusive content. Spotify, for instance, has signed deals with podcast companies like Gimlet so that it gets an exclusive window on new episodes before they’re published to all the other podcast apps.
In some cases, podcast apps are actually bankrolling and producing their own podcasts in an effort to differentiate themselves from other apps. The hit show Missing Richard Simmons was produced by Stitcher Premium and exclusively windowed there (this apparently pissed off the executives at Apple, since they refused to feature the show on iTunes). Audible launched Audible Channels,…
Endlich endlich mal wieder was auf die Ohren: Martin und ich sind aus den jeweiligen Urlauben und Terminen zurück und konnten wieder gemeinsam in die Mikrofone sprechen. Diesmal haben wir uns angeschaut, was es bei Microsoft hinsichtlich E-Commerce Neues gibt, was Pinterest diesbezüglich tut und natürlich, welche neuen Alexa-Geräte uns Amazon unter den Weihnachtsbaum legen lassen will.
After a bit of a hiatus, I’m back and ready to lose some subscribers! Today I’m talking a little more about Game of Thrones, constructive vs destructive criticism, and the challenges that come with mainstream popularity and dedicated fandom.
Remember people, understanding is better than anger :)
Game of Thrones is property of HBO, based on a A Song of Ice and Fire, a novel by GRRM.
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This is episode #8 of our news show, 16 Minutes, where we quickly cover recent headlines of the week, the a16z way — why they’re in the news; why they matter from our vantage point in tech — and share our experts’ views on these trends.
This week we cover, with the following a16z experts:
- Apple’s latest event announcing new products and services across mobile, TV, and gaming; where is (and isn’t) innovation happening, and what’s next — with a16z’s Benedict Evans;
- wearables and health trackers such as Fitbit supplying services to the government of Singapore, and what it means for the hype vs. reality of the current trends of wearables (and "the quantified self"); going beyond counting steps to clinical applications and detecting comorbid conditions; strong vs. weak technologies and how to pay beyond fee-for-service to fee-for-value; and where does this all fit in a sensor-ified future? — with a16z bio general partner Vijay Pande;
…hosted by Sonal Chokshi.
The views expressed here are those of the individual AH Capital Management, L.L.C. (“a16z”) personnel quoted and are not the views of a16z or its affiliates. Certain information contained in here has been obtained from third-party …
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