The LeWeb bandwidth test Paid Members Public
Oh, the delights of sitting at the media desks, with the hard-wired Ethernet connections: Tuesday [http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3971001798] Wednesday [http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3974608386] Thursday [http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3977140324]
LeWeb: The delightful, dangerous, diversifying drone debate Paid Members Public
A LeWeb session on drones, curated by Mr Robert Scoble [https://www.facebook.com/RobertScoble]. Robert Scoble Robert loosely puts drones in three categories: * Toys – and other things you’ll chase your cat with * Professional drones – made to carry cameras and other payloads. * B2B drones – soil analysers for farmers, architectural
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
Heeled by LeWeb's concierge Paid Members Public
I’ve had the odd problem at LeWeb before – like getting stranded at the venue [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2012/12/theres_nearly_no_escape_from_le_web.html] , with little choice but to walk back to my hotel. Yesterday, this happened: I was perturbed, to say the least.
LeWeb: Tim Berners-Lee and the societal impact of the web Paid Members Public
The inventor of the web has some serious concerns about its future — and some amazing tales about its past.
LeWeb: Surviving media evolution Paid Members Public
Panel * Ben Huh, Cheezburger * Michael J. Wolf, Activate * Frédéric Filloux, Groupe Les Echos * Host: Cedric Ingrand, Podcaster & resident geek at LCI/TF1 The revenue challenge [https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/12/Frederic-Filloux.jpg] Frédéric Filloux: This will be the first year in six years we
LeWeb: Ben Huh on why old media can't do new formats Paid Members Public
When Ben Huh founded his company [http://www.cheezburger.com] – he bought a bunch of cat photos. Yes, he acquired I Can Has Cheezburger? [http://icanhas.cheezburger.com/?ref=navbar] He created the company, bought the website and closed funding in just 45 days. Since then they’ve launched and
LeWeb: Evernote is killing the office suite Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/12/phil-libin-leweb.jpg] Work has become pretty unpleasant for a lot of people, says Evernote founder Phil Libin. Many companies are stepping forwards to try and solve that. When iOS7 came out there was a movement away from skeuomorphic design