The next 20 years of disruption in marketing (and everything else)

“The Thames Illustrated. A picturesque journeying from Richmond to Oxford” — Source: The British Library If you follow the money instead of the marketing services sector’s own narratives, change on a scale far larger than anything Google or Facebook have brought is on the way. That’s the conclusion we can draw when we listen to…… Continue reading The next 20 years of disruption in marketing (and everything else)

When the future happens to you

Reading The Everything Store at the moment, and came across this quote from Jeff Bezos… Amazon isn’t happening to the book business. The future is happening to the book business. Makes me think that that may be the simplest non-jargonised way of describing disruption in the digital age – the future is happening to you.…… Continue reading When the future happens to you

Where will we the web be in four years

On the day Barack Obama was elected in the 2008, 1.8 million Tweets were posted. In 2012 that many Tweets were posted in the last 8 minutes or so [source]. The change is still unfolding, the revolution continues. We haven’t arrived yet.  Someone said to me yesterday that they didn’t know what their job would…… Continue reading Where will we the web be in four years