Lesenswerte Analysen, Hintergrundberichte und interessante News:
- Sechs Jahre nach Facebook Connect: Xing stellt Login-Button für Onlinedienste vor lol.
- It’s time for a rational perspective on Wi-Fi „Wi-Fi’s achievements are many: Global adoption of standards such as IEEE 802.11n and 802.11ac, extremely high throughput speeds, low cost, and availability in many public areas. But two core aspects that empower Wi-Fi are also at the heart of its fundamental limitations: short range and use of unlicensed frequencies.“
- Media attitudes and use
- Twitter Usage Growth – Business Insider Spoiler: geht zurück.
- Twitter Passes 255 Million Monthly Active Users
- One Year Wrangling Feeds Feed Wrangler ist der Feedreader meiner Wahl.
- Facebook Themes f8 Around A “Stabile Mobile Platform”, Offers 2 Year API Stability Guarantee Wie immer faszinierend vorausschauend.
- Facebook Launches Anonymous Login So You Can Try Apps Without Giving Up Your Data Sinnvoll. Facebooks Login-Funktion ist ein potenziell großer Lockin, den man bei Facebook nicht verspielen darf.
- The Uber Wars Are Shaping Up to Be Even More Heated in Europe Es hilft Disruptoren nicht in Europa, wenn sie nicht aus Europa kommen. Regulierung wird hierzulande noch stärker zur Waffe werden, als es das bereits ist.
- Deezer CEO Axel Dauchez to step down in September ahead of US launch „L’Opinion’s Hugo Sedourmane speculated that Axel Dauchez’s departure was due to investor disappointment following a delay in Deezer’s roll-out to the United States, or international expansion stalls in general; meanwhile, other sources quoted a Deezer spokesperson as saying that Dauchez already had a second gig lined up, with L’Express speculating that Dauchez might have been tapped for the DG France role at Netflix, who is set to launch in France before the end of this year.“
- Pricing movies by the inch Interessanter, aber wie im Artikel beschrieben, zum Scheitern verurteilter Ansatz.
- Monthly Apple Users – newnetland
„This view shows just how different the economic value of users can be. In the case of Apple, it’s growing its user base at (literally) exponential rates. The revenues per user does, understandably, decline. This is because new/later users don’t spend as much as early users. There might be some stability toward the later stages of adoption in revenue per user. The other point about iTunes data is how the mix of revenues has shifted from music to Apps and Services pointing out how users can be migrated across revenue sources over time.
In the case of Amazon it’s growing its user base at a linear rate (note equation). The revenue per account remains very steady however.”
- Buch/Handel 2020: „First-time writers aspire to indie-publish” Tipping- Point?
- Hamburger Taxenverband: “Nächstes Mal vorher informieren, erst dann programmieren und investieren” Erstaunlich offenes Visier.
- What the facts say about Berlin’s “pressure” to have exits
- Vox is publishing some of its stories and the interviews behind them in parallel » Nieman Journalism Lab
- The Problem with Payments
- Visualizing The Addition Of Apple TV Channels Over Time – MacStories „In fact, since the Apple TV (second generation) was released in 2010, Apple has added new ‘channels’ to the Apple TV on 18 seperate occasions. Excluding Apple’s own channels, the Apple TV now has 33 third party channels in the US, with a handful of other channels only available in countries outside the US. Even more interesting is the fact that in the last 12 months Apple has rapidly increased their pace of adding new channels, with 26 being added in that time period.“