This sales chart of Kodak says it all. While camera phones and digital photography in general took off and were climbing endlessly, Kodak’s business continually degraded. The company who used to stand for a whole generation of photographers, consumers and artists is dead.
I have followed the rise of fiverr and its job offers over the last couple of months and remained in some sort of waiting position due to my skepticism. I had never ordered gigs as I wasn’t sure if $5 (or $50 / 10 gigs in this case) would buy me anything great good, and… Continue reading What I Got For $50 Bucks Using Fiverr
Do you know how many e-mails you handled in 2011? How many replies you got or who you e-mailed with most? There is a free app by Toutapp that knows it all: YearInReview connects to your Gmail account and analyses received, replied and sent e-mails then displays the results in an interactive infographic. I’m still… Continue reading How Many E-Mails Did You Handle in 2011? This App Knows It All.
There is an interesting discussion and outcome at Quora: users were asked what they find the best pivots in business. Did you know that Berkshire Hathaway produced Textiles before getting into the private equity business? Or Sony producing Rice cookers before conquering and (at least partially) losing the electronics world? Check out the answers and… Continue reading Best Pivots in Business: Did you know Berkshire Hathaway was into Textiles?
Alex “Tracks” McFarland, 25, makes $150 a day selling candy and fruit snacks on the D train in NYC. I would have never imagined one person can make that much money selling simple stuff on a subway, but great… here’s his story.
Waiting for my Domino’s Pizza getting delivered and questioning what this “Quality Check” involves. Stage 4 has been blinking for around 15 mins now and I’m wondering whether my pizza will be cold by the time it arrives.
Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery but the similarities between paperless post and evite postmark are insulting. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGYAMapou8w [via uncrunched]
Here is a hilarious infographic of how agencies really work. Agencies are famously diverse. Big Orange Slide has examined a few of their species and drawn some arbitrary conclusions.
I just read the headline “Tech Stocks slip as Palm and RIM decline” and am wondering what SmartMoney (innovators of the famous “Map of the Market”) wants to imply!? As if “loser brands” such as Palm and RIM would have anything to do with a decline of other tech stocks. For me this looks like… Continue reading What Does SmartMoney Want To Imply With This Headline?
A little more than a year has passed since Apple opened the doors to it’s AppStore back in July 2008, and the amount of love and hate alike in blogs all around the internet is showing the huge impact it had on the mobile applications market. After jailbreakers invented the process of providing additional software… Continue reading The iPhone AppStore Disaster – Why Developing Your Company’s App For It Is As Safe As Betting On Horses