Category Archives: DiCoDE inspiration

Disrupt Yourself! Really?

Note: this post is not related to the excellent paper from Harvard Business Review: Disrupt Yourself by Whitney Johnson which tackles more Personal Development. A choice I initiated 2 years ago, starting this project.   The more I pitch my project … Continue reading

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Why future of TV is not on the TV screen

I’m meeting a lot of incredibly interesting people for the last months, sharing my models and method. It is a very interesting way to get valuable feedback and to challenge my assumptions and findings. When discussion goes deeper in the … Continue reading

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iCloud DICoDEd

So, iCloud has been launched yesterday. Nothing surrealistic has been announced, but a convenient solution for Apple customers. And a major step forward in Apple’s strategy. One may say that Apple planned world domination sending ultra-thin devices such as iPods, … Continue reading

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Late intuition on iCloud DICoDEd

I’ve always felt Time Capsule, looking at it through DICoDE Strategies, is a key element in Apple’s strategy. You have a device that has all users’ data backed up, versioned, constantly connected, wonderfully integrated into the local network through Bonjour … Continue reading

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How DICoDE gets along with POE and touch points

One recurrent feedback I receive on DICoDE during workshops or discussions is how to place Social Media, especially in DICoDE Business Models. The answer I gave until now is that DICoDE tackles distribution and consumption of digital content, but not … Continue reading

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Handing out in Brussels, NYC and SF

These last 3 weeks have been very important in DICoDE’s history. First of all, the hand out prototyped recently has been printed in time for 2 weeks of networking in the US. It looks gorgeous! And the final product follows … Continue reading

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TV universe doomed in an infinite loop?

Being in an hotel room in New York, I can’t help but look at american television. And as it inspired me already in the past (about the real business sustainable energies are and the american culture in general), I learn … Continue reading

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iPad is the new TV

Considering the big shift from an industrial era towards an information era, as used several times already on this blog but best described here or here, it could be interesting to see what would be the ultimate experience for this … Continue reading

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Intuition road

Alex taught me something rather interesting and useful in all matters: how we move from ignorance to mastering. It’s a 4 step process: we don’t know that we don’t know, we know that we don’t know, we know that we … Continue reading

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What Sharko taught me 10 years ago

I used to write for an online cultural magazine, mostly reports of concerts and interviews of musicians. It was a great way to experiment working inside my field of passion. And to go to concerts for free;o) I’ll always remember … Continue reading

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