Its been quite a hiatus from sharing these days. I have my reasons and hope to share soon. I recently gave this talk for Founders Institute, locally run by Ken Rutkowski of METal and a large group of interesting Canadian startups. As a guy who generally doesn’t raise money and a curmudgeon on this irrational market ( maybe I am just jealous), these myths are what I have collected over the last 15 years of my exposure to Internet businesses. Hope you enjoy and share. -Tony
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Streaming media is about to become a flood
By David Bloom
With heartfelt apologies to John Donne, recent events compel me to ask not for whom the bell tolls, but to propose that it tolls, pretty loudly, for CD. And DVD. And HDD. Oh, and of course for Thee (this last a sop to all you literary traditionalists out there).
The news of the last couple of weeks suggests that a long-brewing shift in how we consume our movies, TV shows, music, books, magazines, newspapers and other media is a
It may be the most overused, least appreciated, most haphazardly defined word in modern life. Yet, it makes online commerce possible, discussion groups debatable and eBay profitable.
Simultaneously, its abuse leads to urgent letters from Nigerian depositories, fuels goofball conspiracy theories, enables a menagerie of computer viruses, and funnels millions of hapless targets into the clutches of phishers and frauds.
“IT” is trust. We no longer know what it means. As we stumbled i
Building a Services Market for the Transhuman Era
By Tony Greenberg, Alex Veytsel & Eric Pulier
Excerpts from a presentation at the H+ Conference, Harvard University
June 13, 2010
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One man, one army. So we’re going to count down what we do. I’m honored to be hanging out here with (Rob) Tercek, (Alex) Lightman and a bunch of other buddies. When Alex said, “Come to Harvard,” I said, “I better bring some
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