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Innovation in Libraries 2012 - Keynote Speech by Phil Simon

Phil Simon is a speaker and the author of four management books, including The Age of the Platform: How Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have Redefined Bus...

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"Phil Simon is a speaker and the author of four management books, including The Age of the Platform: How Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have Redefined Business. A recognized technology expert, he consults companies on how to optimize their use of technology."

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What libraries can learn from Apple about reinvention - Slideshare

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"What libraries can learn about reinventing themselves and about advocacy from Apple.

Challenging librarians to do visioning for their school district and enchant stakeholders with their vision."

 

Slideshare here: http://tupresentacion.net/what+libraries+learn+apple+about+reinvention/p/88811

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Law Librarian Blog: Some Thoughts on the DOJ Lawsuit Against Apple and the Publishers

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Law Librarian Blog: Some Thoughts on the DOJ Lawsuit Against Apple and the Publishers http://t.co/nrAR8jB5...

 

[...]"Apple simply doesn’t want to get into a pricing war with Amazon. The most favored nation clause in Apple's contract with publishers was a way to avoid that and preserve book sales on the iOS platform. As Google plans to create Android tablets, and as Microsoft’s Metro tablets and phones penetrate the market, so will their stores. These billion dollar entities can decide whether they want a price war on digital goods to promote their platforms. That’s the marketing world the publishers face. It’s time they should get used to it. Consumers are buying Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google. Content, sadly, is secondary."

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The Great Tech War Of 2012 | Fast Company

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From left: The late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Larry Page, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

 

Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon battle for the future of the innovation economy.

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