So what comes after advertising (9 years later)?

Back in the early blogging days of 2004, I wrote a little online rant called “The Hughtrain Manifesto”, influenced by all the stuff I was reading at the time: Tom Peters, Seth Godin, Mark Earls, The Cluetrain Manifesto etc. The question I was asking then was, “What comes after advertising?” If this new Internet thingy […]

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the cultural problem

So somebody was asking me the other day, “What’s the deal with these large tech companies? As soon as they get to a certain age and/or size, they all seem to go into ‘crisis’ mode…” My reply was, well, when you think about it, these large companies are in most ways very fortunate. They have […]

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