Category Archives for Trends
Back when I wrote a series of posts about how things happen faster (e.g. delivery of information, adoption of technology) and the need for immediacy – the idea of binge TV watching was a nascent idea (some of us … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post outlined a series of three trends that often result in the shortening of a product’s lifecycle or it’s demise.
Here are 5 ways to thrive in the attention deficit economy:
What do these trends have in common?
1) Rapidly evolving technology
2) An overabundance of choices
3) The shortening of consumer attention spans
Each of them alone, but especially all combined, could foretell the end for your hot new product … Continue reading
In my theory of the attention-deficit new product economy, one of the tenets for ‘thriveability’ is to expect that there will be constant change. Never assume you have long-term market dominance. No marketshare is
There has been a lot talk about the unbundling of the album and hopeful talk that cable will unbundle – but I don’t recall any talk of unbundling a magazine. Who would pay for an article when so much content … Continue reading
A recent article in USA Today highlights what many of us already know – the actual usage of apps, once downloaded, wanes. The article focuses on the impulse ‘buy’ created by the easy access to download apps and faster data … Continue reading
Television is going to be one of those rare words that is going to take on new meaning at the same time it is going to represent a time passed. With CES kicking off (WSJ sub) this week it seemed … Continue reading
What kind of TV will you be watching? Two insider views on where TV is headed.