Guest Post Wealth in itself is not a bad thing. But wealth causing a talent drain as people leave the Bay Area because they can’t get ahead is a problem — and it’s only getting worse.
Guest Post Hypothetically, digital music fans should currently be living through a golden era. But short-sighted interests could be leading us into a dysfunctional new era of the music business instead.
Guest Post Here are three tips to keep in mind when fundraising in this new era so you don’t find yourself paddling upstream:
Guest Post The relatively successful launch of Google’s new $35 Chromecast dongle — and increasing adoption of technologies like Airplay and Miracast — are painting a vivid picture of the changes in store for the video ecosystem. Here’s why and how.
Guest Post Here’s why video is a big and important part of today’s education technology trends.
Guest Post You’ve probably realized deep down inside that while our smartphones are capable of providing amazing experiences, dozens of our most-used apps are beginning to feel like clones of each other.
Guest Post On June 10, the Securities and Exchange Commission released rules allowing entrepreneurs to publicly advertise their investment opportunities, finalizing a portion of the JOBS Act of 2012. Here’s why angel investors are making a big deal about it.
Guest Post Digital video companies like YouTube are not living up to their full potential when it comes to generating revenue. Here’s why they need to change their strategy on advertising to change that.
Guest Post Sometimes, you just have to trust your gut. Here’s why…
Guest Post When it comes to cloud security, you need to be aware of a few important things.
Guest Post Increasingly, it’s difficult for traditional publishers to compete with the quick-fire, high-volume, and often high-quality content of blogs and leaner social news sites. Isn’t it time for a new mindset on the future of publishing?
Guest Post Boxee did many things right. But as time went on, it started doing more and more things wrong. For the sake of the future and XBMC, let’s look into a few of the mistakes of Boxee, so that we — and other XBMC businesses — can hopefully avoid them in the future.
Guest Post Here are the five most important metrics you need to focus on to improve and maintain healthy engagement.
Guest Post More than 35 years later, I still draw upon five important lessons the military taught me – lessons that I believe executives at startups and SMEs can also employ to achieve success.
Guest Post If the music business is moving towards a streaming model it is imperative that we get payments to songwriters right.
Guest Post Google has made a fateful choice that may leave it with an exposed flank at a critical time.
Guest Post The age of the customer has rightfully put the spotlight on the buyer experience—and ultimately the arrival of the chief customer officer. But here’s why you don’t need one for your company.
Guest Post Dispelling the three most common myths about personalized learning.
Guest Post What the are the best HTML5 game engines? The most popular HTML5 games to date? The best libraries for HTML5 games? Clay.io used a spider to find out.
Guest Post Providing the right information and regular support for patients is something the health care system will never, ever be able to do on its own. A big part of the solution will come from startups like us, but probably not from the likes of Facebook. Here’s why:
Guest Post So, what will tax filing be like five years from now if technologies continue to advance and consumers demand better tax policies and better software solutions? Will this process be easier or the same? Lets take a look:
Guest Post The days of passively watching TV with just a remote control may be numbered.
Guest Post Video advertising will double approximately every two years until all online ads will be video ads. That’s right — all online ads will be video.
Guest Post Here are four common mistakes that could plague your responsive project.
Guest Post While mobile applications are one of today’s fastest growing digital sectors, many developers are continuing to struggle with finding monetary successes for their work. Here’s a few secrets on how to fix that.
Guest Post I never quite understood the value of going to SXSW, nor did I have any expectations.That said, here are a few things I wish I’d known heading into my first South by:
Guest Post We talk to a lot of company founders about recruiting, and their stories are all pretty similar: hiring great developers is hard, and it’s getting harder by the day. Most blame external forces–the talent shortage or competitors with deeper pockets–but in our experience very few point the finger where it truly belongs: right back at themselves.
Guest Post Whether you think of it as some sort of bloated travesty, or what some call the Super Bowl of technology gatherings, SXSW is in no way like what it once was just 5 years ago.
Guest Post If you’re not converting millions of eyeballs into millions of ad dollars, the traditional business model for web publishing simply isn’t going to work. Here’s why.
Guest Post Cablevision probably wants to continue forcing their customers to buy channels they don’t want. Here’s why.
Guest Post Think your startup will succeed if you only hire unicorn employees? Here’s why that’s ridiculous.
Guest Post Get with the program! Here’s why you’re going to love having a personalized TV experience.
Guest Post With Facebook’s Graph Search, advertising is just beginning to get disrupted by social. Here’s why.
Guest Post Here are five big things people should know before trying to work for a startup.
Guest Post Most successful startups have pivoted, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Here are four signs that you’re ready.
Guest Post If there is any weakness in security, you can guarantee the criminals will try to exploit it. And if a cyber criminal discovers a weakness in one community, it won’t be long before that isolated crime turns into a trend. The commercialization of malware is rapidly becoming a well-organized and highly lucrative business.
Guest Post Social media is rapidly evolving into a data-centric and performance-driven marketing discipline. Here’s what you need to do to succeed in 2013.
Guest Post As the new year approaches and IT dollars start getting allocated, here’s what you need to ask a potential service provider if you are evaluating a public cloud.
Guest Post While it may seem like a great idea, focusing all your attention to build a presence on a single social network could actually be a huge risk.
Guest Post In the 2013 online video advertising marketplace, companies will need to adapt to an increasingly educated and empowered consumer.