My favorite annual report on digital trends has been out for a bit, but I’ve been so busy at work it’s been difficult for me to find time to review. Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see it yourself. There are so many things to cover off on, it’s nigh impossible [...]
Entries Tagged ‘Digital’
For the last two years, my primary entertainment source has been gaming. I’m a casual. I’ve got some friends that are more core. I don’t know a lot of hardcore gamers. Television, outside of sports, isn’t all that interesting to me in the traditional sense–however Teresa and I will binge on good series such as [...]
Youth Culture is considerably more important, perceptively, than that of the older generations in the United States. You see it everywhere. If you watch/listen to media, there is a huge disparity in the amount of attention payed to younger people. Television, movies, music and to a lesser extent writing do so continually.
At work, I use a laptop plugged into a dock connected to two screens. At home, I run a 24″ iMac I’ve had for at least 6 years now. It’s been a pretty nice machine overall, though it did crash two years ago, costing me a lot of time and effort to recover files. Most [...]
As the year winds down, two reports I read recently were Mary Meeker’s latest look at the web and Henry Blodget’s (et. al) break down of the digital economy.
Both of value if you are looking forward to where new media and content consumption are going. They will take some time to get through, but are [...]
Yesterday I was reading a slide deck on via Business Insider that pointed out some really interesting things. A lot of the statistics are from Internet World Stats. I was unaware of this site until yesterday, but it’s a really valuable resource. If you like to get more information about internet usage, you might want [...]
Read a very interesting article on tech company obsolescence today. The basic gist of it is that web based companies are not “master of their own domain” due to the typical infrastructure that sprouts at the time of their start. The author then points out that these companies are part of three generations: web 1.0 companies [...]
Today on the phone with someone who is about 50, he remarked “back 20 years ago we didn’t have Youtube or anything online. Now a days, you can just go to a website and watch what you want, I think that’s really great.”
Well, I agree with his sentiments. I spend more time on the internet [...]