Tag Archives: TV

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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Telenet’s Yelo DICoDEd

While planning my visits to New York and San Francisco, I realized I was missing the Mobile Monday event on Tablets. With Carole Lamarque (@caroberry), my former manager at Sanoma Mobile and now friend talking about her Yelo second screen … 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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Microsoft Playing the Boundary Object Game Elegantly

Boundary Object concept is very interesting on technology-driven sectors. And it’s the case for the ones covered by DiCoDE. Writing the first 2 chapters of the book, I highlight the key role of technology in human history and economy, thus … Continue reading

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Liquid Content, Hyperconnectivity and User Context enabling Media Surfaces

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

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Learning about TV thanks to my dad

Recently, my parents subscribed to a new TV offer through IPTV. They now lack one TV channel (BeTV, Belgian version of Canal+), and especially one satiric show: Les Guignols de l’Info. My dad used to watch TV and listen to radio … Continue reading

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