This week we talk about the book Bold and the 6 D’s of growth. Specially, what does it take for a technology to generate exponential growth? It’s great discussion we think you’ll love.
We also hit on Samsung’s new products, why Alphabet’s X tries to kill projects, Apple’s fight against the FBI, how teens use Tumblr, Kanye’s Tidal of troubles, new VR headsets, publishing with Reedsy, and saying thank you with ThankView.
This week’s episode contained many surprises. Not! In reality, everything is falling together just as we expected.
Facebook finally updates Graph Search to include posts, Snapchat allows pictures to live for 24 hours in Stories, Intel shows off their new Arduino computer, the Silk Road gets busted by the FBI, and Tesla’s Model S catches on fire, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear gets reviewed, HTC in talks with Microsoft about dual booting to Windows Phone 8, and Twitter’s IPO details go public.
Disruptions are everywhere this week! Solar panels are disrupting the energy market, Google is disrupting the ISP market, Microsoft is disrupting the PC market, Bitcoin is disrupting the currency market, and Facebook is disrupting the mobile phone market. It’s a world gone crazy!
We also talk about 3D printing, the FBI’s surveillance tool, MIT’s DNA-patterned graphene, Samsung’s superior global Galaxy S4, Blackberry’s horrible Z10 sales, shallow texters, Foursquare’s $41 million investment, Internet Explorer vs. Murder Rates, Google’s inactive account manager, iPhone’s India sales, an attack upon WordPress, and regulated commercial drones.