6 predictions for 2016

I figured it would be a fun thought exercise to create a deck with 6 predictions for the new year. They’re all written from an animation producer’s point of view, and tie into my presentation at Cartoon Digital in Luxembourg in December last year. [slideshare id=56740716&doc=6predictionsfor2016-160106134926] I’ve gone into more detail on each prediction in […]

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Put the audience first

With the release of iOS 9 there’s quite a buzz around Apple enabling content blocking in Safari. Many media companies are concerned about the future, but John Gruber says it quite well when he writes: It’s because of the choices the publishers themselves made, years ago, to allow themselves to become dependent on user-hostile ad networks […]

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Why truths are dangerous

We all operate under a set of assumptions and think of certain realities as pretty much self-evident. Imagine an investor: In their world some assets are considered ‘safer’ than others. State securities by large developed nations are considered to be among the safest investments you can make. Their reputation is based on past performance, and the […]

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Why multitasking is bad for you

I’m currently reading ‘Critical Chain‘ by Eli Goldratt, which is a book on project management disguised as a business novel. It is interesting enough to warrant its own blog post later, but I couldn’t keep myself from citing it on this particular subject right away. I’m an opponent of multitasking (although I don’t always manage […]

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