A quick AI reader Paid Members Public
Three insightful pieces of AI reading to finish off your week right.
The Imperious Imposters of Journalism Innovation Paid Members Public
Two worthy targets of satire, well satirized…
Stuck in the bubble: the challenges of journalism conferences Paid Members Public
The first case study at the News Impact Summit in Paris showed the danger of journalists discussing innovation in a bubble.
The FT gets an innovation editor Paid Members Public
The Financial Times has appointed a new innovation editor [http://aboutus.ft.com/2016/01/06/ft-appoints-deputy-editor-and-innovation-editor/#axzz3wOKxDpxR] John Thornhill moves from deputy editor to innovation editor. > Thornhill will oversee the FT’s award-winning global comment team to transform the way the FT commissions, edits and publishes commentary on multiple
Kodak and the Incumbent's Dilemma Paid Members Public
A good version of the well-told tale of how Kodak invented digital photography [http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/08/12/kodaks-first-digital-moment/] – and then stifled it until it was too late for the company: > “Every digital camera that was sold took away from a film camera and we knew how
Innovation is stealing from a long way away Paid Members Public
Last Friday’s rather cryptic post [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2015/04/sunset.html] (I even tagged it as such) was about more than just the switch to WordPress [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2015/04/vale_movable_type.html]. I’ve been keen to slightly switch around my
LeWeb: From incremental to disruptive innovation Paid Members Public
What does truly disruptive innovation look like? The opening session of LeWeb 2014’s third and final day set out to explore that in series of talks. Here’s some liveblogged notes: Brian Solis – Innovation as an ecosystem What is possible with disruption when you look beyond a product or