Kodak and the Incumbent's Dilemma
A good version of the well-told tale of how Kodak invented digital photography – and then stifled it until it was
The death of the one hour photo lab
Sometimes we in media think we’ve been hit hard by digital. Be profoundly glad you don’t run an
LeWeb: From incremental to disruptive innovation
What does truly disruptive innovation look like? The opening session of LeWeb 2014’s third and final day set out
The Innovator's Dilemma un-debunked
Massively disappointing article in The Guardian yesterday: John Naughton, professor of the public understanding of technology at the Open University,
31-3.4 The Best Practice Delusion
I’ve been reading – and throughly enjoying – Leander Kahney’s book about Jony Ive. Ive himself remains somewhat elusive in
Information wants to be…
You know that quote you always hear? Information Wants To Be Free. It’s not the whole quote. Here’s
The decline and fall of Quark XPress
Many of us of a, um, certain vintage will recall the days when Quark Xpress ruled the desktop publishing roost.
What question does an innovator ask?
“Why?”: Innovators ask a ton of questions. In fact, they treat the world as a question. Managers ask ‘how’ questions
Understanding media disruption
Carlo de Marchis, writing on Medium, summarises the changes happening to media: There are 3 disruptions that are crucial for
#leweb - Should we innovate or disrupt?
Liveblog of Brian Solis talking at LeWeb Paris 2013 The next 10 years are either going to happen to us,