GigaOm offers paid research subscription service →
A short and interesting read, Om talks about this as part of the original GigaOm business plan and the comments show a decent amount of acceptance. Most interesting to me, the $79/year price is seemingly aimed at the average reader (even/especially the jobhunters) rather than the institutional market that gets service for 10x the price from Forrester, etc. Similarly, it is interesting that...
My colleague @10ch shows what she’s done @lifeandscience in the past year: useum: Museum of Life and Science State of the Web A presentation of projects I’ve worked on in my first year as Director of Web Experience at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, NC. (Visit the slideshow page to see notes that explain each slide.)
…exactly the point. Milton taught me to do all the important references...– Fred Wilson’s AVC blog
Everyone obsesses about competition when product and execution are so much more...– Jon Steinberg talks good sense in a post entitled “A rising tide lifts all boats, or enough to eat for everyone”
Our research shows that people do not download entire CDs. They download a few...– Felix Oberholzer-Gee in a HBS Working Knowledge interview from *2004* that is currently being highlighted as a popular article in this week’s newsletter. At the time, the industry and RIAA criticized this study for its methodology and claimed it was entirely inaccurate. Funny how the studies...
BHF annual report is full of WOW! →
While I think that the amount of information offered is on the side of overload, and it’s probably a bit difficult to navigate for someone looking for a brief dashboard/snapshot overview, the design is really stunning and the user interface makes me *want* to explore this annual report. Maybe not the best design/usability, but certainly innovative and worth taking a look at!