The kill didn’t last long before pirates found a way to jump-start the cards. But it holds an enduring position in pirate lore; for the first time, they could see a cunning mind at work on the other side.
I’ll grant that the distinction between bits-as-bits and bits-as-a-service may not always be obvious. But it’s crucial, because people will pay for only one of the two. What seems crucial in making the distinction is that in the case of a service, I’m paying ahead, for a predictable response to the unpredictable future.
Auf EXPRESS-Anfrage blieb die Bahn hart. Ein Sprecher: „Bei diesem Wagen gehörten beide Stockwerke zur 1. Klasse, dazu zählt dann auch der Treppenbereich.“
Ein engagiertes Social-Media-Team macht aus einem Großkonzern noch lange kein kundenorientiertes Unternehmen.
YouTube’s tried to combat these misconceptions with its Copyright School, but it seems futile. For most people, sharing and remixing with attribution and no commercial intent is instinctually a-okay.
How many times have you been to a product website and seen big bold letters proclaiming that you can CONNECT and ENGAGE and DISCOVER? Every time I see that, I hit the back button, and I bet you do too.
It’s because it’s vague. It’s supposed to sound exciting, but it’s not. It doesn’t say anything about what you can really do with the app.
Nobody wants to connect or discover. People want to talk, send email, chat, share, post to Facebook, tweet, and so on.