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Will Enterprises Write Fewer Apps in the Future?

Will Enterprises Write Fewer Apps in the Future? | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
In a 1975 interview, Vincent Giuliano of Arthur D. Little stated that “[because of computers]…the use of paper in business for records and correspondence shoul…
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Why many entrepreneurs are privately suffering, and what to do about it

Why many entrepreneurs are privately suffering, and what to do about it | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
The startup community has been jolted by a spate of suicides: Ilya Zhitomirskiy at the age of 22, wunderkind Aaron Swartz, and most recently eco-mom’s founder Jody Sherman. The startup community is...
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My Challenge: From Service Business to Product Business in 1 Year

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Failure Is Not The Worst Outcome, Mediocrity Is

Failure Is Not The Worst Outcome, Mediocrity Is | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Later in this article, I'm going to tell you something you probably don't know about Drew Houston, the founder and CEO of Dropbox.I'm a big fan of Drew. I have known him for many years (well before
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Content Marketing Best Practices: Creating Long Term Value

Content Marketing Best Practices: Creating Long Term Value | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Following are a few content marketing best practices to help media, bloggers and marketers create long term value and sustainable returns.
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Why big inventions are rarely new

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Plextek's Paul Martin explores how inventions are seldom actually new - but rather a perfect blend of existing ideas.
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Responsive Comping: Obtaining Signoff without Mockups

Responsive Comping: Obtaining Signoff without Mockups | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
If you’re making websites, chances are you’ve given some thought to what constitutes a responsive-friendly design process—and you’ve probably found that adding a mockup for every breakpoint isn’t a sustainable approach.
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Secrets Of Freemium Pricing: Make The Cheapskates Pay

Secrets Of Freemium Pricing: Make The Cheapskates Pay | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
The following is a guest post by Andy Singleton Andy is the founder and CEO of Assembla a company that provides bug tracking and hosted GIT and SVN
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Programming Literacy Done Right: It's About the Tools

Programming Literacy Done Right: It's About the Tools | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Bonnie Nardi is an anthropologist who studies interactions between humans and computers. In 1993, she published her first book, A Small Matter of Programmi
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When Your Product is Late to the Party

When Your Product is Late to the Party | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Just because your product is late to the party doesn't mean you should throw it out with the bath water. Often there is a cohort of people who still have an unsolved problem, and a little research will uncover it.
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The Power-Hungry Elite Aren't Who You Think They Are | Think Tank | Big Think

The Power-Hungry Elite Aren't Who You Think They Are  | Think Tank | Big Think | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
The elite are not necessarily the wealthy but the people who run the country. And they live in almost a different world from the rest of us.
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Don't Let Strategy Become Planning

Don't Let Strategy Become Planning | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Many people find it hard to distinguish between the two.
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Libraries: A New Model for an Old Classic?

Libraries: A New Model for an Old Classic? | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Website of author and historian, Steven Pressfield.
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Susan Crawford on Why U.S. Internet Access is Slow, Costly, and Unfair

Susan Crawford, former special assistant to President Obama for science, technology and innovation, and author of Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly…
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Learning to Love the Boring Bits of CSS

Learning to Love the Boring Bits of CSS | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
The future of CSS gives us much to be excited about: On the one hand, there’s a whole range of new methods that are going to revolutionize the way we lay out pages on the web; on the other, there’s a new set of graphical effects that will allow...
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I bet you over-engineered your startup

I bet you over-engineered your startup | This is What Kris Reads | Scoop.it
Quick! How do you design distributed scalable software that does many small things to achieve a common goal? Most of you shouted “discrete services!” at the screen, others kind of shook...
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The Growing Technological Generation Gap

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As the digital world changes, generation gaps are developing between people just a few years apart.
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The Top Idea in Your Mind

Kristoffer Walker's insight:

Maybe you should let your best ideas take over.

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