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Nassim Taleb: "I prefer to read poetry. If an event is important enough, it will find its way to my ear...explains why it is better to read the New yorker on Mondays than the Wall Street Journal every morning..." + Nicolas Nova: "reason why I walk around in cities or take so much trains: to have time to ruminate from different “information-filled” places: the internet, my apartment and newsstands+book-shops."
nassimtaleb  randomness  flow  information  predictions  news  attention  trading  bias  patterns  analysis  nicolasnova  blackswans 
august 2008 by robertogreco
russell davies: 2008 - the year of peak advertising
"It's a simple equation - there's a limited amount of attention in the world, if more of it is going to personal, non-commercial, un-advertised-in media, less of it will go to advertising and advertising will shrink."
advertising  future  russelldavies  brands  media  magazines  news  newspapers  attention  tv  television  gamechanging  predictions  publishing  marketing  business  ads  strategy  branding 
january 2008 by robertogreco
Magnetbox - The wisdom of clouds
"No one source is ever right all the time, so the idea is that if you aggregate them together, you don’t need to check several sources and you get a safer, more accurate forecast."
aggregator  weather  predictions  news 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Internet Evolution - The Site for News, Analysis, and Opinion about the Future of the Internet
"At Internet Evolution we believe that the next huge leap forward in the history of the Internet is happening now – and the goal of our site is to gauge its likely impact on every aspect of life as we know it."
convergence  evolution  internet  it  technology  trends  future  futurism  now  web  online  news  predictions  assessment  gamechanging  reference  media 
october 2007 by robertogreco
The Dilbert Blog: The Future of Newspapers
"I predict that the end of printed newspapers will happen in the time it takes for most people to upgrade their cell phones two more times. The iPhone, and its inevitable copycats, (let’s call them iClones) are newspaper killers."
mobile  phones  news  newspapers  iphone  future  journalism  dilbert  predictions  technology  publishing 
october 2007 by robertogreco

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