BlackBerry’s Demise: The End of the Beginning of the Era of Mobile?

Finding my old Palm Pilot in a kitchen drawer led me to ponder how brands can fade away. Is BlackBerry, the formerly ubiquitous mobile business tool (and iconic case study for naming–thank you, Lexicon!), finally a victim of its own early popularity? It’s hard to say the word now without thinking of pleated khakis, PDAsContinue reading “BlackBerry’s Demise: The End of the Beginning of the Era of Mobile?”

Content Matters: Jeff Bezos, the Washington Post, and the Future of Journalism

The surprise announcement that the Graham family is giving up control of the Washington Post to Jeff Bezos seems to signal another tolling of the bell in the death knell of journalistic content: lack of readers and relevance in the commercially all-important 20-30 demographic segment. But in fact, it is a sign that content isContinue reading “Content Matters: Jeff Bezos, the Washington Post, and the Future of Journalism”

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