We're moving to a world where machines not only recommend human-created creative work, but one where machines actually do the creative work
The next generation of marketplaces may create implicit listings for things we didn't even know we wanted to sell
When "Science as a Service" products graduate into worldwide networks, science itself will change
On knowledge that evolves in software and hardware, in organisms and machines
How the new incumbents turn to financing services for growth
The atomic unit of the internet to date has been the "post": A blob of media and some metadata. All kinds of things change — from the structure of networks to the metaphors we use — when those blobs become inspectable.
Internet networks used to render brick-and-mortar businesses obsolete. Arguably, automation businesses may soon render networks obsolete.
Why NFL teams, and people in all walks of life, myself included, prefer to "lose slowly"
Seeking out the metaphors that will carry the next generation of internet