asterisk2a + indie   26

How To Get 1 Million Subscribers - YouTube
meritocracy, democratic, egalitarian. anyone who has interest, can find it. u will have an audience, even it is just 1. either they like it, share it & come back. or they leave u alone. // Beme, remove the aspect of creation. the friction. the cognitive cost. the overhead. a process to follow. a tutorial or how to listicle to read. to Google or to ask. >> Product developers & investors should think about the cognitive cost of their products. The cognitive cost very often can be much higher than the financial cost. Products with a low cognitive cost are those where the technology fades away and dont require a consumers ongoing attention. bit.ly/1Nz0veO // "Don't make me think." << book, UI UX mantra. // Photo-filter-app vs photo-editing-app vs video-editing-ai-augmented-intelligence-app that have popped up. podcasting. EDM // what has lots of overhead & sometimes really disappointing user experience? Skype, Windows, FriendFeed, Twitter?(niche compared 2 FB). Q&A youtu.be/6xVdM0QJq6Y
Casey  Neistat  freedom  of  expression  expression  creative  destruction  Beme  Vlogging  vlog  YouTube  Vine  Instagram  Periscope  Twitch  justin.tv  Qik  writing  Video  mainstream  filter  bubble  editor  Reddit  4chan  storytelling  Music  Industry  Indie  Music  Hollywood  content  discovery  content  distribution  distribution  model  TV  Reality  TV  scripted-reality  television  painting  digital  economy  digital  content  marginal  cost  economics  of  abundance  critics  Artist  graphic  artists  digital  cognitive  cost  friction  frictionless  Product/Market  Fit  MVP  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  consumer  product  UI  UX  user  engagement  user  generated  content  user  experience  user  churn  hook  customer  empowerment  customer  experience  customer  retention  customer  acquisition  Podcast  podcasting  Platform  content  creator  The  Wars  Snapchat  SMS  WhatsApp 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
One Year In, CUPS Is Serving Coffee Through 170 NYC Shops - TCTV News | TechCrunch TV
[OpenTable ( https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/opentable ) for Coffee ] Vertical Niche Google !!! on your phone, and will try to unite Indie coffee shops and give them economies of scale, leverage, to buy resources ie milk // can also help facilitate loyalty programs across different stores via subscription // http://techcrunch.com/2015/07/09/sweet-sweet-caffeine/ - https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/cups
marketplace  efficiencies  marketplace  Starbucks  economies  of  scale  mobile  phone  mobile  homescreen  user  behaviour  friction  frictionless  Appification  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  Indie  Movement  Hype  Cycle  individuality  individualism  Selbstdarstellung  status  anxiety  Coffee  OpenTable  Yelp!  convenience  on-demand  Google  Search 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Apple aims for bigger bite of music market - BBC News
Spotify can be a "very comfortable number two" after Apple. Some investors appear to agree. Despite the imminent arrival of Apple Music, Spotify said in June that it had raised $526m (£334m) in new funding and was now valued at $8.5bn (£5.4bn). That's more than household names such as Sainsbury and Royal Mail are worth. Unsurprisingly, Spotify also thinks it can survive the Apple onslaught. Mark Williamson, its head of artist services, says the company has only just "scratched the surface" after getting people to pay for music again. (To be fair, Apple probably deserves some of that credit for its iTunes store.) [...] The big challenge for Spotify is continuing to grow if it has any hope of becoming profitable. The company reported a net loss of €162m (£117m) last year - largely because its agreement with record companies and publishers requires it to pay 70% of revenues to performers and writers. [...] Live music is worth more than sales of recorded music in the UK.
Apple  Music  Spotify  Music  Industry  freemium  subscription  model  business  model  Android  iOS  Platform  TOS  iTunes  Indie  Music  360-music-contract  offline  experience  shared  experience 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
The Surveillance Economy and Extreme Income Inequality: You Can't Have One Without the Other - YouTube
Uber and Airbnb is equal to informal economy (uncertainty) = staying power only for owner of marketplace (wealth accumulation & ultimate bargain power as owner of (monopoly/oligopoly form of marketplace). Silicon Valley made the informal economy cool again bc its on your smartpone (homescreen). Uber & Co are becoming, as owners of said marketplace, the new super elite (with no shared economic interest & no stakeholder in local economy). Disenfranchised & Price war. // The perfect, crazy, too good to be true, idea - will crash eventually (accumulating wealth with little to no input [see stakeholder theory/shared economic interest/long-term views and interest!]). // Start-up Lesson/Advice: "cost of choice" & paying computation with advertising = corruption (Google, Facebook &Co) paying (Wall Street, short-termism [Fast Food]) for micro-management of your life, of your choice. = U loosing free will. // youtu.be/kZO8mgarU0k youtu.be/XdEuII9cv-U youtu.be/cCvf2DZzKX0 youtu.be/5puB_7Q2n74
abuse  of  power  income  inequality  inequality  surveillance  state  Orwellian  democracy  Net  Neutrality  censorship  self-censorship  Gini  coefficient  Career  Politicians  USA  Five  Eyes  World  Police  World  Ian  Bremmer  book  Jaron  Lanier  21stcentury  Privacy  Internet  Privacy  Vorratsdatenspeicherung  Cryptopocalypse  history  Open  Source  transparency  accountability  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  stakeholder  Wall  Street  crony  capitalism  tax  evasion  tax  avoidance  profit  maximisation  bribery  corruption  shareholder  value  occupywallstreet  Indignados  Indignants  short-term  thinking  short-term  view  Share  Economy  1099  Economy  marketplace  marketplace  efficiencies  commodity  business  commoditization  Service  Sector  Jobs  Niedriglohn  Niedriglohnsektor  Universal  Basic  Silicon  Valley  tax  free  income  capital  gains  informal  Super  Rich  1%  Uber  AirBnB  self-employment  contractor  Zero  Hour  Contract  Big  Data  analytics  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  augmented  intelligence  Failure  bailout  GFC  Google  oligopoly  oligopol  monopoly  business  model  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  cost  of  choice  advertising  economics  of  abundance  marginal  cost  business  plan  long-term  view  long-term  thinking  Zeitarbeit  The  Leih 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
Is Spotify doomed because of Apple Music? No — Spotify’s been doomed from the start | PandoDaily
Spotify is really the only legitimate competitor left. But its fate, like that of every streaming music service, is also subject to forces outside of its control — forces that are guided by the three-headed hydra of Warner, Universal, and Sony. [...] Although Apple Music and Spotify’s paid tier offer perks that free subscriptions do not — namely, full mobile access and no ads between songs — the majority of users will not pay for something they can basically get for free, even if they miss out on a handful of features. The percentage of Spotify users who pay for the service bears this out, having held steady for years at only 25%. And this trend shows no sign of abating — according to the most recent figures, paid users as a percentage of the whole crept up a hair but still sits at only 26.7%. [rather spend limited disposable income (and time) on weed and other offline experiences (leisure activities) with friends. -VS- The time of u and ur buddy(s) listening 2 new vinyl release]
Apple  Music  iTunes  Spotify  Soundcloud  subscription  model  business  model  Music  Industry  360-music-contract  Indie  Music  self-publishing  The  Content  Wars  attention  span  user  behaviour  snacking  Pandora  Deezer  Radio  8tracks  Tidal  YouTube  marginal  cost  economics  of  abundance  abundance  friction  frictionless  convenience  Netflix  disposable  income  offline  experience  shared  experience  Millennials  generationy  aspirational  product  Apple  status  anxiety  status  symbol  socioeconomic  status  social  status  commodity  business  commoditization  commodities  Media  mass  market  consumerist  consumer  product  antitrust  freemium  Venture  Capital  value  creation  Core  Proposition  Proposition  intangible  value  added  value  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  Silicon  Valley  corporate  strategy  exit  strategy  business  strategy 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
PandoMonthly: Fireside Chat With Rob Burnett - YouTube
http://pando.com/2015/05/21/david-letterman-and-the-long-internet-enabled-decline-of-the-nightly-talk-show/ &! 18:00 Hollywood is still a quote driven business. the underground is rising, being a meritocracy. and actually can have hits. productions which return a profit (beyond expectations - hits driven business) // On killing the talk show (its monopoly, Johnny Carson, David Letterman); (1) Syndication, (2) DVR, (3) Internet Tabloid/Gossip/GlossyMagazine, (4) Celebrity of You [Selbstdarstellung, MicroCelebrities, B-, C-, D-List] and the Platforms to put yourself on (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Blog, YouTube). But Talkshows still have a promotion heft due to its legacy and age [as TV is still relevant for advertising], but did not integrate the Internet and Co. (like a Curation Show, even if only a segment). Thus less relevant for the younger generation. Conan O'Brien & Jimmy Kimmel tries it but less original, for advertising purposes only (youtu.be/Oqh827bsHlY).
Hollywood  Music  Industry  Indie  Music  Indie  Film 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
After years of false starts, Apple is finally poised to kill Spotify and take over streaming music. There’s just one catch… | PandoDaily
No wonder streaming platforms can barely make a profit — if at all — while most artists have been forced to view streaming not as a legitimate revenue source but merely a form of exposure. That’s why Apple’s refusal to offer a free option makes perfect sense. But will users agree to pay, especially with free options on the table? Possibly not. And if they don’t it will be because of the greed of record labels, not Apple. [...] labels rejected Apple’s $5 price-point. So the company offered a compromise: $7.99 a month. But the labels still claimed that’s still too low. And so now Apple is back to offering $9.99 a month — the same amount Spotify charges and the same amount 75 percent of its users refuse to pay and will continue to refuse to pay as long as the company stays in business. So now Apple is rightly worried that listeners won’t choose its service over a free one, even if it can offer a deeper catalog with more exclusive content.
Music  Industry  360-music-contract  Indie  Music  content  discovery  content  distribution  Spotify  Deezer  Rdio  Pandora  Apple  iTunes 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Apple’s possibly illegal plan to kill Spotify’s free service is reportedly under investigation by the FTC | PandoDaily
[ history rhymes - Google Search and Apple iTunes ]FTC officials have discussed Apple’s practices with more than one record label, according to music-industry executives with knowledge of the matter. The FTC’s investigators, still in the early stages, of their inquiry, are asking whether Apple’s efforts will change the way music labels work with other streaming services, for example curtailing ad-supported music and pushing more songs into paid tiers of service at higher rates, according to one of the people. // &! http://pando.com/2015/05/04/apple-reportedly-plays-dirty-to-kill-spotifys-free-tier-and-i-hope-it-gets-away-with-it/ - Apple reportedly plays dirty to kill Spotify’s free tier
FTC  antitrust  abuse  of  power  corruption  Apple  Microsoft  Google  Search  iTunes  Spotify  Rdio  Pandora  Deezer  Music  Industry  360-music-contract  Indie  Music  YouTube  Google 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Apple reportedly plays dirty to kill Spotify’s free tier — and I hope it gets away with it | PandoDaily
[ Apple's Might. History Rhymes. ] There’s a report out that Apple is pushing music labels to “force” Spotify to abandon its free, ad-supported tier. As Apple prepares to gather the ashes of Beats Music and relaunch its own streaming music service — which sources say will likely to be paid-only — this gambit would decimate Spotify’s user base from 60 million total users to only 15 million paid users. Moreover, sources told the outlet that if Universal Music Group removed its catalog from YouTube, Apple would pay the licensing fee the label conglomerate receives from that platform. (YouTube also has a streaming service in the offing). Considering Apple’s ability to preload apps onto new versions of iOS — not to the mention the fact that it already has 800 million credit cards on file and so only needs to convince a tiny portion of them to sign up in order to beat Spotify — the move would be an effective knockout punch for Apple in America’s streaming music fight.
Apple  Spotify  Deezer  Pandora  Rdio  antitrust  iOS  Android  Microsoft  abuse  of  power  corruption  bribery  YouTube  Google  RIAA  Indie  Music  content  discovery  content  distribution  Music  Industry  business  model 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
3 biggest misconceptions about the music industry and Jay-Z’s Tidal (which is doomed anyway) | PandoDaily
But the reason most artists are not compensated properly for their work has been the same since the advent of recorded music: Record labels. According to a report from the audit firm Ernst & Young, record labels net 45.6 percent of the revenue created by streaming music. The supposedly evil, greedy platform itself — which in this particular study was limited to Spotify and Deezer — only takes home 20.8 percent. After 16.7 percent is taken out for taxes, that leaves 10 percent for songwriters and publishers, and 6.8 percent for artists. And even if Tidal makes users pay (upwards of $20 for the highest sound quality!) artists will still have the same shitty record deals and see the same shitty ratios they’ve had for decades. [...] Even as Spotify has grown its total user base, the number of paid subscribers has held steady at only 25 percent. [ future is to divorce content discovery & distribution from revenue/income streams, bc digital is commodity! ] &! TC Rant Video tcrn.ch/1BYSfL2
Music  Industry  360-music-contract  Indie  Music  content  creator  Pandora  Tidal  Spotify  Deezer  Rdio  iTunes  Apple  Beats  freemium  business  model  content  discovery  content  distribution  digital  artist  digital  content  digital  economy  convenience  frictionless  friction  commoditization  commodity  business  economics  of  abundance  abundance  marginal  cost  Age 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
No skin thick enough: The daily harassment of women in the game industry | Polygon
the internet brings out the worst in people and society - because it is frictionless. wait 10 year and we hope we died 10 years ago. // ""You don’t really recover from this kind of abuse. You just change." She’s right. Often, I’ll see people lashing out at women they perceive as too bitchy or too confrontational. They don’t understand that we are the sum of our experiences. The toxic environment causes us to change. If people attack you online, you’re going to get defensive quickly. If people sexually harass you, you’re going to grow more inward, and more protective. It’s a very human reaction, and there is no way to face this daily reality without it changing who you are."
#GamerGate  gender-based  harassment  gender-based  discrimination  troll  trolls  cyber  bullying  cyber  mobbing  hater  haters  Patriarchy  white  male  privilege  straight  white  male  male  privilege  everyday  sexism  sexism  sexismus  Misogynie  misogyny  feminism  feminist  harassment  social  discrimination  discrimination  Twitter  Facebook  Comments  YouTube  community  minority  STEM  Silicon  Valley  gaming  industry  Games  Indie  Games 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Labels, not Spotify, are screwing over artists and breaking the music industry. Here’s how to fix it. | PandoDaily
[ Platform - everyone (middlemen, plural) is taking a cut. ] A new report from audit firm Ernst & Young and the French record label trade group SNEP reveals better estimates than we’ve ever seen on the payout distribution of music streaming services. And who do you suppose takes the biggest cut? You guessed it, labels. According to the report, labels net 45.6 percent of the streaming revenue created by Spotify and Deezer, the two platforms included in the study. The streaming platforms themselves — most of which have yet to achieve profitability despite fielding frequent attacks for their supposed greed — take home 20.8 percent. An additional 16.7 percent is paid in taxes before songwriters and performing artists finally see their shares — which amount to 10 percent and 6.8 percent, respectively.
middleman  Music  Industry  digital  artist  Entertainment  Industry  Entertainment  Spotify  iTune  Deezer  Rdio  Pandora  YouTube  Platform  TOS  freemium  business  model  free  digital  content  digital  economy  digital  natives  Millennials  Trend  Generationy  user  behaviour  user  experience  360-music-contract  Indie  Music  Music  1000  True  Fans  Multimedia  Social  Media  marketing  advertisement  added  value  Proposition  exploitation  fairness  Silicon  Valley  Signal  vs.  Noise 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Starwhal - YouTube
Starwhal - influence from - Narwhal meme, 80's Disco Album Covers >> Retro, WSOP ridiculous steering/mechanics that you have to learn to predict sway and yaw it seems and lag while also NOT being random! thus competitive bc of learning curve + font from Drive (Movie), and being ridiculous with player figure customization/outfit, 4 players on one pc possible with arena game design/level design - http://youtu.be/mnc_fNUUvq8 &! http://www.starwhal.com/ - via http://store.steampowered.com/app/263020/
Remix  Culture  digital  artist  Indie  Game  design 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Indie Games & the Fourth Dimension - Computerphile - YouTube
>> scratching your own itch & adding/removing/containing variables (focus, not too much clutter, immersive vs casual) &! full 30min interview - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AF8CV1zDrc
gamedesign  game  design  innovation  innovator  Indie  Music  Indie  Games  content  creator  Artist  digital  creative  destruction  creativity 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
The World’s Biggest Popstars are Walking Contradictions | NOISEY
bit.ly/1HXHZIy &! "However, what's most telling, is that Lorde has become a bit of an icon for the materialists that she set out to criticise. Kanye loves her; "Royals" soundtracked an advert for a $700 Samsung phone; she's collaborated with MAC cosmetics. It's this exact contradiction - I'm this and I'm also this - which is part of a wider social trend that's fucking around with the definition of authenticity and counter-culture. This stems from what, if you want to get academic about it, is called hyperreality - a phenomenon first observed in the eighties by French sociologist Jean Baudrillard. Shows like The Only Way is Essex are the pinnacle of hyperreality, where even though it clearly states that it's been scripted for your pleasure, the programme relies on the viewer buying into the idea of the characters being completely genuine. [...] we don't want to reject consumer culture at all. We want to buy into the idea of rejecting it. [...] We suck it up and go along with it.
Music  Industry  Pop  Culture  frictionless  attention  span  Lorde  socioeconomic  status  status  symbol  social  status  status  anxiety  sociology  psychology  materialism  society  superficial  Entertainment  Industry  Personal  Brand  lifestyle  western  lifestyle  counter  Amanda  Palmer  YouTube  capitalism  aspirational  product  marketing  PR  Celebrity  of  You  celeb  counter-culture  authentic  authenticity  paradox  hyperreality  hypocrisy  Indie  Music  counterculture  Umberto  Eco  book 
december 2014 by asterisk2a
Pomplamoose 2014 Tour Profits (or Lack Thereof) | PandoDaily
[A] new paradigm for professional artistry. We’re entering a new era in history: the space between “starving artist” and “rich and famous” is beginning to collapse. YouTube has signed up over a million partners (people who agree to run ads over their videos to make money from their content). The “creative class” is no longer emerging: it’s here, now. We, the creative class, are finding ways to make a living making music, drawing webcomics, writing articles, coding games, recording podcasts. Most people don’t know our names or faces. We are not on magazine covers at the grocery store. We are not rich, and we are not famous. We are the mom and pop corner store version of “the dream.” If Lady Gaga is McDonald’s, we’re Betty’s Diner. And we’re open 24/7. We have not “made it.” We’re making it. [...] Relevant Passion Content vs Interesting Content (Gossip, Celeb, 24/7 News Cycle (C&P Re-Posts & Repackaged ala HuffPo) ... in an age of FB Newsfeed & Co. for discovery. &! bit.ly/1Aqw2ZJ
Mobile  Creative  Mobile  Creatives  Music  Industry  Entertainment  Industry  Hollywood  Indie  Music  Indie  Games  YouTube  business  model  pageviews  content  creator  paid  content  digital  content  content  Newsfeed  Facebook  Twitter  content  discovery  content  distribution  Platform  Huffington  Post  NYTimes  mass  culture  Massenmedium  Bild.de  virality  The  Wars  Viral  copywriting  destruction  creativity  Artist  digital  Signal  vs.  Noise  frictionless  friction  attention  span  Generationy  Millennials  print-is-dead  Print  is  Dead  Google  News  Google  Search  newspapers  SME  SMB 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
The Shazam Effect - The Atlantic
"“Because the most-popular songs now stay on the charts for months, the relative value of a hit has exploded. The top 1 percent of bands and solo artists now earn 77 percent of all revenue from recorded music, media researchers report. And even though the amount of digital music sold has surged, the 10 best-selling tracks command 82 percent more of the market than they did a decade ago. The advent of do-it-yourself artists in the digital age may have grown music’s long tail, but its fat head keeps getting fatter.”" &! http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/382837/who-made-pop-music-so-repetitive-you-did/ &! http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/11/24/revenue-streams?currentPage=all &! http://www.katinkahesselink.net/his/influence-theosophy.html &! http://ma.tt/2014/11/science-of-hits/
Music  Industry  Entertainment  Industry  Hollywood  Indie  Music  Big  Data  Spotify  analytics  prediction  filter  bubble  filters  filter  algorithm  content  curation  individuality  curation  curator  Tipping  Point  celebrity  culture  sociology  psychology  Fame  pageviews  business  model  influencer  influence  long-tail  longtail  ProAm  YouTube  Platform  Social  Media 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
A Chat With Jack Conte, Musician And Entrepreneur | TechCrunch
Learn about EQ, compression, and limiting, starting now. It is an art that takes years and years to master. The internet is the greatest textbook ever written. And it’s free. Seriously, read that shit. Get a cheap video camera, a laptop, and a crappy microphone. Start right now. Stop reading about how to do it, and go do it. Record a song, publish it, and get feedback. Then do that 100 more times. [...] Expecting results within 5 years. This is a long fucking haul. You gotta love it….
Music  Industry  entrepreneurial  entrepreneurship  entrepreneur  Mobile  Creative  Mobile  Creatives  practical  skill  set  practical  skills  creativity  differentiation  differentiate  Indie  Music  DIY  crafting  Music  Artist  artists  digital 
august 2014 by asterisk2a
Why We Think Soundcloud Is Preparing For A Giant Data Mining Operation | Do Androids Dance
The sad fact is that this industry has nothing to do with art anymore. We’re living in a landscape where PR firms, booking agents, managers, labels, and websites are collaborating to convince fans that their product holds value, regardless of whether or not it’s good. Dozens of genres produced by hundreds of next-level artists are being systematically pushed to the side. Fans don’t question it because they’re expecting their trusted resources to be handing them the best and most relevant music. The pool of people that control placement and flow (and ultimately the audiences) will get smaller and smaller. [...] + Follow-up http://doandroidsdance.com/features/soundcloud-boldly-releases-new-app-allows-universal-flag-account-quietly-announces-data-mining-one-month/
Music  Industry  Soundcloud  YouTube  Indie  Music  Indie  Artist  digital  content  digitalnatives  digital  digital  economy  digital  natives  Big  Data  mining  Privacy  Internet  Privacy  TOS  Platform 
july 2014 by asterisk2a
EA’s Stock Is Riding High(ish) Again, but Did Titanfall Do Enough? | Re/code
That digital overtake last year was driven by growth both in mobile games like The Simpsons: Tapped Out and console games with microtransactions baked in, like the then-current soccer title FIFA 13. However, Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment pointedly declined to include microtransactions in its game, but will have some paid downloadable content starting this month.
Game  Industry  DLC  digital  natives  digital  content  Millennials  generationy  friction  point  e-commerce  Music  Industry  Hollywood  digital  economy  microtransaction  Indie  Games  Indie  Game  Developers  Mobile  Games  leisure  time  leisure 
may 2014 by asterisk2a

related tags

#GamerGate  1%  4chan  8tracks  21stcentury  360-music-contract  abundance  abuse  accountability  acquisition  added  advertisement  advertising  advice  Age  AirBnB  algorithm  Amanda  analytics  Android  antitrust  anxiety  Appification  Apple  artist  artists  aspirational  association  attention  augmented  authentic  authenticity  avoidance  bailout  Basic  Beats  behaviour  Beme  Big  Bild.de  book  Brand  Bremmer  bribery  bubble  bullying  business  capital  capitalism  Career  Casey  celeb  celebrity  censorship  choice  churn  Class  coefficient  Coffee  cognitive  Comments  commodities  commoditization  commodity  community  consumer  consumerist  content  Contract  contractor  convenience  copywriting  Core  corporate  corruption  cost  counter  counter-culture  counterculture  crafting  creation  creative  Creatives  creativity  creator  critics  crony  crowd  Cryptopocalypse  culture  curation  curator  customer  cyber  Cycle  Data  Dead  Deezer  democracy  design  destruction  Developers  differentiate  differentiation  digital  digitalnatives  discovery  discrimination  disposable  distribution  diversity  DIY  DLC  e-commerce  Eating  Eco  economics  economies  economy  editor  efficiencies  emotion  empowerment  engagement  Entertainment  entrepreneur  entrepreneurial  entrepreneurship  evasion  everyday  exit  experience  exploitation  expression  Eyes  Facebook  Failure  fairness  Fame  Fans  feminism  feminist  Film  filter  filters  Fit  Five  free  freedom  freelance  freemium  friction  frictionless  FTC  funding  Future  gains  game  gamedesign  Games  gaming  gender-based  generated  generationy  GFC  Gini  Google  graphic  harassment  hater  haters  history  Hollywood  homescreen  hook  Hour  Huffington  Hype  hyperreality  hypocrisy  Ian  income  Indie  Indignados  Indignants  individualism  individuality  industry  inequality  influence  influencer  informal  innovation  innovator  Instagram  intangible  intelligence  Internet  iOS  is  iTune  iTunes  Jaron  Jobs  justin.tv  Kickstarter  Lanier  Leiharbeit  leisure  lesson  lifestyle  lobby  Lobbying  lobbyist  long-tail  long-term  longtail  Lorde  mainstream  male  marginal  market  marketing  marketplace  mass  Massenmedium  materialism  maximisation  Media  Microsoft  microtransaction  Middle  middleman  Millennials  mining  minority  Misogynie  misogyny  mobbing  mobile  model  monetisation  monetization  monopoly  Movement  Multimedia  Music  MVP  natives  Neistat  Net  Netflix  Neutrality  News  Newsfeed  newspapers  Niedriglohn  Niedriglohnsektor  Noise  NYTimes  occupywallstreet  of  offline  oligopol  oligopoly  on-demand  Open  OpenTable  Orwellian  pageviews  paid  painting  Palmer  Pandora  paradox  Patriarchy  Perception  Periscope  Personal  phone  plan  Platform  Podcast  podcasting  point  Police  Politicians  Pomplamoose  Pop  Post  power  PR  practical  prediction  Print  print-is-dead  Privacy  privilege  ProAm  product  Product/Market  profit  Proposition  psychology  Qik  Radio  Rdio  Reality  Reddit  Remix  retention  RIAA  Rich  scale  science  scripted-reality  Search  Sector  Selbstdarstellung  self-censorship  self-employment  self-publishing  Service  set  sexism  sexismus  Share  shared  shareholder  short-term  Signal  Silicon  skill  skills  SMB  SME  SMS  snacking  Snapchat  social  society  socioeconomic  sociology  Software  Soundcloud  Source  span  Spotify  squeezed  stakeholder  Starbucks  Start-Up  state  status  STEM  storytelling  straight  strategy  Street  subscription  Super  superficial  surveillance  symbol  tax  TaxiOS  television  template  The  thinking  Tidal  time  Tipping  TOS  transparency  trend  trends  troll  trolls  True  TV  Twitch  Twitter  Uber  UI  Umberto  Universal  USA  user  UX  Valley  value  Venture  Video  view  Vine  Viral  virality  vlog  Vlogging  Vorratsdatenspeicherung  vs.  Wall  Wars  Werkvertrag  western  WhatsApp  white  Work  World  writing  Yelp!  You  YouTube  Zeitarbeit  Zero 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: