The enterprise as startup – some thoughts on innovation

I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. – Thomas Edison Innovation is a remarkably trendy and popular topic of late, but don’t let that deceive you. Companies have always needed to be responsive to their environment, regardless of whether that means process optimisation, new products, or new customers. The ones who were… Continue reading

Why apps launch iOS only, even in 2015.

Big news – Twitter just launched Periscope, their video live-streaming app, a few weeks after Meerkat, a competitor doing the same thing, made massive waves (although Twitter acquired Periscope in January for $100m apparently, so no surprise that Twitter will kill Meerkat). This also comes on the back of Instagram launching “Layout from Instagram”, which is wholly… Continue reading

Buffer Daily & the content marketer who cried wolf

DO IT NOW: Tweet about this article without bothering to read its content. That’s how to do the twitters, right? Click here like a good sheep. Content warning: a bit of foul language in this one. Massive scheduling-cross-queue-service-come-content-recommendation-engine service Buffer recently announced their new app Buffer Daily. And it’s fucking horrid. Like, horrible. And it’s… Continue reading