In the last digest of 2009: A look ahead in 2010 on browser trends, flexible packages, technology trends and the Groundswell. The Economist is getting social, Napster was a good thing for the music industry and Enterprise Microblogging has more practical use than Twitter.
- Making The Economist social
The Economist newspaper plans to acquire 500,000 fans on Facebook and
750,000 followers on Twitter within six months, says the FT, calling it
another sign that traditional publishers are looking to social media as
a substantial source of web traffic and new readers
- 10 Cloud and SaaS Apps Strategies For 2010
Keep In Mind Basic Rules Still Apply Regardless Of Deployment Option
- Napster: The File-Sharing Service That Started It All?
Unfortunately, Garland doesn’t think iTunes or streaming services like
Pandora will save the music industry. He says that a decade from now,
industry executives may be longing for the days of Napster — when they
could blame piracy for all of their problems.
- Why Enterprise Microblogging Has More Practical Use for Everyday People Than Twitter
Microblogging, integrated with other social software, will be more
useful for the general populace as a technology at work than it ever
will in their consumer life.
- The Decade in Design
Ten years of Apple, starchitects, and design for change.
- Exciting web browser trends in 2010
- 2010 the year of flexible packages
- Predictions for the Groundswell in 2010 — Twitter gets serious or gets bought
- Forbes: A Year In Review: 2009 Social Marketing Trends
- Five technology trends to watch in 2010
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