Quote of the week
When you fail, you want to preach to the world too – because you’re saving somebody that same mistake.
Articles of the week
- readwrite: Mark Cuban is taking his money away from facebook
Dallas Mavericks owner and private billionaire Mark Cuban is not amused. After voicing heavy discontent with facebook’s recent page-changes (asking money in order to reach your own fans) he now openly discussed relocating to Tumblr or the relaunching Myspace as main hub.
- Forbes: Don’t worry about the future
Authors Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler explain why we should not really be worried, no matter what the headlines are. They identify four main drivers that let you forget all the noise around you for one second.
- McKinsey Quarterly: Intel inside
McKinsey is starting to comprehend the use of social media besides sales promotion. In the current Quarterly they provide a framework of sorts for a different kind of social media utilisation: Gathering intelligence with live-testing, crowd intelligence and new influencers. (Free signup required)
- AllThingsD: Google launches alternative reality Android game
One of those few times you will wish you would have an Android device instead of that iPhone of yours.
- Dustin Curtis: Rolling with the best
“The fundamental problem is that many products are created to be sold, not used.” We agree.