Design Inspiration #2

Travelllll http://travelllll.com/ Ginger Monkey http://gingermonkeydesign.com/ Carbonmade http://carbonmade.com/ Love your larder http://www.loveyourlarder.com/ Customer Sure http://www.customersure.com/

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Crossing the chasm [Review]

Crossing the chasm is a book of material aimed exclusively at “marketing and selling technology products to mainstream customers”, and is written by the extremely influential Geoffrey A. Moore. The book aims to give the reader a detailed overview of approaching the technology markets, and a practical step by step guide for launching a new […]

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Design inspiration #1

Day One http://dayoneapp.com/ Wunderlist http://www.6wunderkinder.com/wunderlist/ With Me http://with.me/ Foundation http://foundation.kr/ Kiip http://kiip.me/

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Is social going to kill SEO?

Since the launch of Google+ and reading “In the Plex” by Steven Levy, I began thinking about what lay ahead for Google in terms of their future strategy for developing their core search product. What struck me was, the future of the “SEO” industry could be in major trouble as Google places more emphasis on […]

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If you know where you’re going, you’re not pushing hard enough

There’s a common expression in the world of poker that goes a little like this; “If you aren’t getting caught bluffing, you’re not bluffing enough”. I think this can applied to many almost any situation, but in particularly business. Business is about making decisions about the future of your company. Every day you must make […]

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The rebirth of Cultivatus!

Well I’ve kind of been neglecting this little blog for quite a while now so I’ve decided to step my game up starting from now. As you may of noticed, I’ve made a couple of changes round here.

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The rise and fall of Internet super giants

Myspace have recently announced that they have been acquired by Specific Media from Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp for a reported $35 million. This coming just 6 years after Mr Murdoch purchased Myspace for $580 million. How can the hottest property on the Net go from $580 million to a $35 million valuation? In this post […]

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