tl;dr → A paean. “The mobile” is the Bee’s Knees!
and → The signal is given: a new S-Curve is commencing.
and → The unbunding / rebundling / unbundling / rebundling cycle, a metaphor of growth-cum-renewal.
- They sell stuff, which is purchased by “the mobile” (demographic)
- They make The Phones, which are “the mobile” (a totem of the demographic)
- is “the browser”
- Instant Articles
- Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
- YouTube, is “the video”
- Web 1.0
- 1994, Netscape launched
- Web 2.0
- 2004, Tim O’Reilly, broadband, Yahoo, Flickr, “the social”
- Mobile 1.0
- 2007, the iPhone launch.
- Web 3.0 Mobile 2.0
- “The Web” is dead; the Wintel device & it’s browser is not relevant any more.
Ah Bullion Yoosers, On. Smart. Phones.
WiFi, The ‘Gs, 3 & 4, LTE, High-DPI screens, 100x GPUs, Sensors (cameras). Cameras
Missing in the Analysis
- How is it that The Telecoms will allow this?
- The Phone is sold through their financing apparatus.
- The Phone operates on spectrum owned by them.
- The Phone engenders a billable event every month.
- Are The Telecoms so inept that they cannot (re-)capture the consumer?
- Constrained by The Regulation?
- Mired in The Buraucracy?
- The corporate DNA (as a metaphor for corporate culture) of Old Monopoly Ma Bell disallows new modes of thinking?
- They are disinterested?
- Maybe with 5G!
- Computers with eyes
- Combining the camera with touch
- Video (the sight, sound & motion)
- <alert><cliche>Consuming content; Deeper engagement.<cliche></alert>
- <quote>Video is the new HTML, or the new Flash.<quote>
- Facebook, is “the browser.”
- YouTube, is “the video.”
- sides of the brain.
- “unbundle” the phone.
- a cluster of little devices that orbit the (smart) phone.
- Alexa == Spectacles
<quote>create a new, independent end-point for the cloud that they can own themselves.</quote>
- Augmented Reality (AR)
- machine learning
- computer vision
- voice recognition
Business Decision-Making from Folkloric Reasoning on the The Mythological Paradigms
<quote>Alternatively, you can look at this as part of the way that tech swings from bundling to unbundling:
- AOL bundled content
- [T]he [W]eb unbundled AOL
- Google bundled the web,
- [A]pps unbundled properties from [T]he [B]rowser,
but also bundled each site into a single icon,
- and now these platforms form new bundles.
The pendulum will swing back the other way again, at some point. And in parallel, one could argue that Snapchat itself unbundled not ‘photos’ but fun and self-expression from Facebook.</quote>
- Something about app stores and social distribution.
Except for China, which is different.
- App distribution requires owning an app store
- Content distribution is by the linkbait techniques