Clayton Christensen’s theory of “disruptive innovation” is founded on anxiety, fear, and shaky evidence.
Watching the near cult-level observance of Clayton Christensen’s ideas has frustrated me endlessly, over the last few years. Big kudos to Jill Lepore, one of the very best writers at The New Yorker for having the insight and audacity to look more closely at the practical application of Christensen’s ideas. - ZU
The top image is a prototype object using a bendable electronics system by Printoo. Printoo is extremely thin, lightweight and flexible, and easy to embed in various materials. But it’s just the beginning.
People were wondering about apple + Nike?
I can’t wait.
I can’t comment fully yet, but a current campaign under my management is showing higher quality clicks to the website we’re promoting than Google display ads.
This was a surprise and resulted in budget re-allocation toward our Facebook campaign. More news later, but I’m excited about FB. - ZU
The US supreme court doesn’t understand the internet. When NSA, Pandora and privacy cases hit the docket, that lack of tech savvy gets scary.
Probably the most important thing you’ll read all week. - ZU