Looking at the profusion of start-ups seeking to cash in on the latest set of APIs and the newest devices, I find myself wondering whether a strong strategy can be built upon such a churning base.
Is anyone besides me noticing that each successive social networking craze gets explonentially faster adoption?
The same way that we've gotten rid of our landline phones (or never had one in the first place) - we'll be getting rid of those landline Internet connections.
As more and more sites get the import features originally pioneered by Plaxo, my social graph is becoming more widespread, and available to any service I want to give it to (and plenty that I don't).
The Future is increasingly here. As everything accelerates, and Moore's Law becomes the law of the jungle, we have to think ahead, just to stay in the present.
We're all runing faster and faster to fall further and further behind.
Isn't there a point at which the risk of being risk averse outweighs the risk that you are trying to avert?