Tag Archives: human behavior
Why Google will win: entrapment in the iPhone is a failing long-term strategy
Entrapment can be an effective strategy when you are building up a business. Marketers tend to call that customer lock-in. From the perspective of the business this sounds like a great thing to do. Hook the customer to your business … Continue reading
How is the semantic web going to deal with human behavior?
I have read numerous posts on the semantic web this past year or so. The latest one by Marshall KirkPatrick at ReadWriteWeb in which he writes about an academic that warns us to pay attention to the question if the … Continue reading
Just a few wishes for 2008 (part 2)
In my first post in 2008 I said I would elaborate a bit about things I would like to see happen in 2008. My first wish for 2008 was to bring back freedom and responsibility to the user. The article … Continue reading