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Netflix Global Cloud Architecture

Latest version of Netflix Architecture presentation, variants presented several times during October 2012...

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Being Constructive with Disruptive Technology #atcomnext

Katerina Karagianni, Business Unit Director of UXlab closed the ATCOM Next event pinpointing the opportunities that lie in disruptive technologies and which is the right way to use them when it comes to customer experience.


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Designing around storytelling - Design + banter, 09 April 2014

Slides from my lightning talk at Design + Banter on the 9th of April 2014.

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Five things you need to know about the future of work #business #digital

Five things you need to know about the future of work #business #digital | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Since the start of my career I’ve witnessed considerable change in the way that we work and how we manage our people. I’ve been lucky to work and experience some very different and contrasting industries, but I’ve generally found that whatever the nature of a business or organisation, they are...

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The Most Popular Keys of All Music on Spotify - hypebot

The Most Popular Keys of All Music on Spotify - hypebot | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Each day, approximately 20,000 new songs appear on Spotify, which now has over 30 million tracks. As the Beastie Boys maintained, there are “only twelve notes, well a [hu]man can play.” They were right, at least when it comes to Western music at least (rock, rap, classical, country, and many...
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Interesting analysis of music, can´t find any b-keys. G-major is the winner key

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These Diagrams Reveal How To Negotiate With People Around The World

These Diagrams Reveal How To Negotiate With People Around The World | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Key insights for international business.
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State of the News Media 2015

State of the News Media 2015 | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
As the U.S. news industry faces a new mobile reality, how is it faring? From broadcast to print to ethnic and more, this year’s annual report on the state of the news media takes stock.
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How to Practice Continuous Innovation

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This is the last article in a four-part series, where the authors share their experiences and insights on ushering technology-fueled innovation in incumbent financial services organizations. Here are the first, second, and third articles in this series.

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24 Charts Of Leadership Styles Around The World

24 Charts Of Leadership Styles Around The World | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
24 charts of leadership styles around the world

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Isabelle Mayor's curator insight, April 20, 12:53 AM

Une infographie qui démontre symbolise les organisations et leur style de management. "Déjà vu mais on ne s'en lasse pas!"

Jaro Berce's curator insight, April 20, 4:03 AM

Is that ALL? Is there MORE? LIFE is so unpredictable that cannot be measured by any number count!

Ajo Monzó's curator insight, April 20, 5:39 AM

Very good, thanks!

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Augmented And Virtual Reality To Hit $150 Billion, Disrupting Mobile By 2020

Augmented And Virtual Reality To Hit $150 Billion, Disrupting Mobile By 2020 | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Virtual reality and augmented reality are exciting – Google Glass coming and going, Facebook’s $2 billion for Oculus , Google’s  $542 million into Magic Leap , not to mention Microsoft’s ...

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Spotify Said in Talks to Add Podcasts to Challenge Apple

Spotify Said in Talks to Add Podcasts to Challenge Apple | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it

Spotify Ltd. has held talks with potential content partners to add podcasts to its music-streaming service, challenging Apple Inc. in a business it dominates, according to people briefed on the matter.

Spotify, which hosts some podcast-like audio such as Spanish lessons along with millions of songs, plans to add more non-music programming, according to the people, who weren’t authorized to speak publicly and asked not to be identified. While the discussions have occurred for several months, there is no firm plan or introduction date, one of the people said.


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Definition of an Idea Management System.

Definition of an Idea Management System. | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
An idea management system is simply defined as a wholistic methodology for collecting, filtering, and implementing ideas.
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▶ Hear New York City in 3D audio - YouTube

The Verge’s Ryan Manning uses 3Dio’s Free Space microphones to take you on a crazy audio tour through Times Square, New York; a virtual barber shop; and a 36...

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Netflix is the new HBO, YouTube is the new MTV, and everything new is old

Netflix is the new HBO, YouTube is the new MTV, and everything new is old | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Netflix and YouTube are turning TV upside down, but they’re also following the well-trodden path of the companies before them – and need to pay close attention to what did those companies in.
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VOD Professional | Why Popcorn Time Should Act as a Wake Up Call for the TV Industry

VOD Professional | Why Popcorn Time Should Act as a Wake Up Call for the TV Industry | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
The popularity of the illegal app represents a shifting global consumer demand for content which has to be addressed
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The eight essentials of innovation | McKinsey & Company

The eight essentials of innovation | McKinsey & Company | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Strategic and organizational factors are what separate successful big-company innovators from the rest of the field. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Your Future Office Space Might Commute to You

Your Future Office Space Might Commute to You | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it
Design consultancy IDEO imagines a world where autonomous vehicles change the way we work
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Google Apps Script: Getting Started

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My new obsession is Google Apps Script. It allows me to add a little code to a Google document to make it do even more magical things! What I was amazed by was how little coding you need to know to...

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How Pixar Fosters Collective Creativity | Desig...

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Behind Pixar’s string of hit movies, says the studio’s president, is a peer-driven process for solving problems.

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No Ordinary Disruption: The four forces breaking all the trends

Out with the old assumptions, in with McKinsey Global Institute's new book on the four disruptive forces reshaping the world, "No Ordinary Disruption": http://…

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The economics of the podcast boom

The economics of the podcast boom | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it

For listeners, the podcast boom presents both hope and frustration. The iTunes podcast app is the primary way listeners get their podcasts—it’s where more than half of all podcast downloads happen, with Stitcher and Soundcloud trailing behind. There are a lot of podcasts out there, but after listeners binge on one, iTunes doesn’t do a great job of directing them to what they might want to download next. It’s notoriously difficult to share audio on social media. It seems like this chaos would be an impediment to gaining listeners. But for podcasting networks like Gimlet, Panoply, Radiotopia, and Earwolf, this is an opportunity.

Networks are betting that an endorsement from a trusted host is a way to guarantee that the new podcasts they start will be successful. Earwolf, a network of mostly comedy podcasts, has between 300,000 and 400,000 listeners across its more than 50 shows. If it launches a new podcast hosted by someone who’s been a guest on one of its existing hits, it can expect 30,000 listeners for the show, right off the bat, says Diehn. Which means it’s already of interest to advertisers. The most extreme example is what several podcasters call “the Ira Glass bump.” In case you can’t guess, that means if your show is featured on This American Life you can expect a massive increase in listeners. Blumberg’s investors in Gimlet Media referred to his This American Life connection as his “unfair advantage.”

 

Right now, “it’s a lot easier to get someone to go from one podcast to another podcast than it is to get them to go from listening to no podcasts to listening to your podcast,” says Matt Lieber, Blumberg’s Gimlet cofounder. But presumably, the listening hours of existing podcast fans will be maxed out at a certain point. If the short-term question is how to get your podcast into the ears of someone who already likes podcasts, the long-term question is how to get podcasts into the ears of someone who doesn’t already listen to podcasts. More and more people arelistening in their cars. And it helped that iTunes recently created a separate app for podcast listening. But podcasts still tap only a fraction of the audience that other media reach.

This is why you can expect to see more established media companies dabbling in podcasting—not just those like The New York Times. BuzzFeed is set to launch its first podcasts this month, and audio director Jenna Weiss-Berman says the focus is on content first and not monetizing the shows. But the fact that podcast analytics are so murky could present a challenge to media outlets that are accustomed to showing advertisers exactly who has clicked on what and for how long. “For a place like BuzzFeed that’s really measurement obsessed, to not be able to really measure podcasts is obviously a big problem,” Weiss-Berman says.

Until all this is sorted out, it’s still the wild west. “It is naive and wrong to describe it as anything other than really, really early. The technology is still terrible. The distribution is pretty broken. And I don’t think anyone’s got it figured out yet,” Linsky says. “But the level of investment is about to be higher than it’s ever been. And someone, somewhere, is going to want to see a return on that.”


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Music teenagers: 60% are streaming while 21% buy downloads

Music teenagers: 60% are streaming while 21% buy downloads | iNNOV8 | Scoop.it

Research firm GlobalWebIndex has been tapping its global panel of teenagers to find out what they’re doing online and how they’re getting their digital entertainment.

The results make for interesting reading, with a number of points about this age group’s music consumption. It’s based on a sample size of 4,849 16-19 year-olds – so “late teenagers” would be a more accurate term to describe them – in 32 countries.

Music findings? Music came top of the chart of “top interests” for the respondents, with 70% saying they are strongly interested in music – ahead of films (around 65%), science and technology (60%) and games (55%).

When asked what they’d done online in the last month, 60% said they’d listened to a streaming music service – more than used an instant messaging app (57%) despite the buzz around that category.

Note, 21% of these teenagers said they’d bought a music download in the last month, so this is very much the streaming generation. Yet when asked what digital entertainment services they used last month, 30% said Google Play, 21% Netflix, 20% iTunes, 13% SoundCloud and 11% Spotify.


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