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Linkness. What we’ve been reading | October 21, 2011

by Nextness published October 21, 2011 posted in Linkness

vacío y acrílico sobre papel / 9 | Mara Caffarone

Happy Friday! The art accompanying today’s Linkness is by Mara Caffarone.

Management.

Innovation.

  • The great tech war of 2012: Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon battle for the future of the innovation economy. | Fast Company
  • How Apple eclipsed Microsoft | The Guardian
  • How symphonies grew strong audiences by killing the myth of the average consumer | Fast Company

Technology.

  • In Silicon Valley, some dare to ask: Why hire a PhD, when a self-taught kid is just as good? | Fast Company
  • The impact of the Internet of Things on energy | GigaOm

Insights.

  • Occupy Wall Street: what businesses need to know | Harvard Business Review
  • ‘Occupy’ is a response to economic permafrost | BBC News
  • Starbucks concerned world coffee supply is threatened by climate change | guardian.co.uk
  • The more affluent, time-poor, and lonely a society becomes, the greater the need for pets. | Fast Company
  • From the desk of Maria Popova, curator of Brainpickings | From your desks
  • Style bloggers comment back | Final Fashion

Creativity.

Trends.

  • A summary of Mary Meeker’s 2011 internet trends report | PSFK
  • 5 trends that will shape the future of mobile advertising | GigaOm

On Nextness this week.

  • Beautiful, vibrant, innovative Asia: the blogs you need to follow. | NEXTNESS

 

 

 

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