People in the attention economy spend their personal time attracting others’ attention, notes Dyson.
Entrepreneurs need more than capital to establish a successful business: they need living examples, too.
Cities should be places where the best and the brightest congregate and where new wealth is created.
Continued entrepreneurship – such as AOL in the 1990s – always threatens to restrict the internet, but never does.
Russia’s youth aren’t afraid to protest like previous generations, they are fighting government corruption and impunity.
Consumers can now access more information than they ever got from “customer service” by chatting online with employees.
Large companies offer practical business skills, turning college grads into project specialists.
Steve Jobs was the only true showman of what is now one of the world’s biggest industries, writes author.
Companies are looking for ways to automate the act of “paying attention” to individual customers on a grand scale.
The Internet’s domain-name system is to undergo a dramatic change, the value of which is being questioned by critics.