- Meeting Hugo Barra: take-aways
- Protecting my work. Please advice!
- Microsoft inspiring me again!
- LinkedIn based peer assessment for Fabian Tilmant
- We wish you a LEANOVATIOUS 2013 !
- Business Models. More Fun in The Philippines
- Mabuhay Leanovation !
- The quest for a Leanovation logo
- Debriefing Leanovation website’s first draft
- Introducing Leanovation – 1. Research
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Another recent buzz is due to the pre-announced decision from Apple to not allow iPad subscriptions outside of the App Store. It is indeed a hard time for media companies who were already selling iPad apps as an add-on (sometimes … Continue reading
Orange bought 49% of Dailymotion. This information is creating some buzz lately, especially related to the backstage discussions: VC’s, french government, Viacom… There are a few interesting strategic implications in this deal: Dailymotion was already profitable, which means they succeeded … Continue reading
After having spent 10 wonderful weeks in The Philippines in a very isolated way, I’ve just spent 2 great weeks full of meet up’s with interesting people. As much as it was important to take some distance on busy days … Continue reading