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Links 1 through 10 of 91 by Mike Doeff tagged trends

"Mr. Siebel called attention to 20 sweet years, from 1980 to 2000, when, he said, worldwide I.T. spending grew at a compounded annual growth rate of 17 percent. “All you had to do was show up and not goof it up,” he said. “All ships were rising.”

Since 2000, however, that rate has averaged only 3 percent, he said. His explanation for the sharp decline is that “the promise of the post-industrial society has been realized.”

No new technological advances, he believes, would impel I.T. customers to replace the computer technology they already had: “I would suggest to you that most of what’s going on today is not very exciting.” "

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"Yes ladies and gentleman, the reports of Twitter’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. By the end of June, when the service was for the most part stable (though lacking some features), the number of users on the site reached new heights."

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Enter multiple terms - e.g. coke pepsi - and see how many times it was mentioned on Twitter.

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Once a marketing gimmick, free has emerged as a full-fledged economy.

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"I believe that we have mistaken ubiquitous computing -- in other words, the ability to do stuff anywhere, anytime -- as making us more productive because we're filling "dead time". It's this misunderstanding of time that I think is causing us problems."

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"...interruptions from e-mail, cell phones, instant messaging, and blogs take up nearly 30% of each day; on an annualized basis, this represents a loss of 28 billion hours for the entire US workforce"

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"Neuroscience is confirming what we all suspect: Multitasking is dumbing us down and driving us crazy. "

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Want to know where media is headed? Look at what the kids are doing.

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"...with the disintegration of distribution monopolies, the new power in media is in the data. That’s how Facebook got it’s $15 billion valuation — the potential to exploit its users’ data."

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