Neophiliacs and commoditisation

Today i have run out of time for writing, so i share two interesting links that I think readers of this blog will be able to relate to.

First is a breakdown of neophilia from 2006. (It is funny to see those old movies and songs). Of course the message is still very relevant. http://www.medialifemagazine.com/the-disorder-of-these-times-neophilia/

Second is Fred Wilson’s analysis of his new phone – which seems remarkably similar to his last phone: http://avc.com/2016/11/google-pixel-xl/

 

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Neophiliacs and commoditisation

Today i have run out of time for writing, so i share two interesting links that I think readers of this blog will be able to relate to.

First is a breakdown of neophilia from 2006. (It is funny to see those old movies and songs). Of course the message is still very relevant. http://www.medialifemagazine.com/the-disorder-of-these-times-neophilia/

Second is Fred Wilson’s analysis of his new phone – which seems remarkably similar to his last phone: http://avc.com/2016/11/google-pixel-xl/

 

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