- 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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Last week, I had a spot for presenting at Mobile Monday Brussels. In fact, being part of the Committee and having received the assignment to coordinate the agenda, I opened that spot myself;oP I felt I had something to tell, … Continue reading
Do you remember BERG London? They created, a few week before the announcement of the iPad this gorgeous video showing how Printed Press could look on tablets. My personal favorite in their portfolio is this map for NYC… But let’s … Continue reading
Being active in mobile for more than 9 years, on carrier, agency and media sides, i keep on getting information about this ecosystem. Mobile is seen as revolutionary lately (I just understood the Mobile Kills Dinosaurs analogy from Yves Kallaert), … Continue reading
Microsoft loves developers. That’s why, maintaining platforms (Desktop Windows, Windows Mobile but also MSN and many others), they need developers to augment value of it. As Professor Valor explained us last year during IME’s Advanced Digital Strategies program (which is … Continue reading
So, Facebook is working on a phone, or at least a phone OS. And if they’re not, well… they’d better to! The best article I’ve read treating this topic is the one from Business Insider. It’s talking about platform logic … Continue reading
Last week I attended Momads‘ company presentation starring Google’s Peter Hamilton. His speech was interesting, highlighting a few long term trends Google is working on (Gmail, Youtube, Voice Search) and key drivers like Cloud and Connectivity (very DiCoDE!). He also … Continue reading