Category Archives: user generated content

Old school thinking in new broadband pricing strategy

I read a story this morning at the New York Times about Time Warner’s plans to change broadband subscriptions into rate plans where additional fees kick in when a user passes a provided limit in bandwidth. From the NY times … Continue reading

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Are we putting the blame on the user now?

A lot of different stories this morning all in some way related to you and me. Yes, we, the users, are under fire. Haven’t noticed it yet? Well, let’s see what is being said about us. Mathew Ingram pointed me … Continue reading

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The myth of social networks?

Just saw a nice article by Carl Mangold in which he proposes to drop the term social network as research shows that the main reasons for users to generate content are fame and fun. Furthermore there are only few of … Continue reading

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