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Twitter IPO Filing Highlights A Point We’ve Been Making For A While – The Future Is Mobile

Twitter’s disclosures emphasize the fundamental shift in how users consume online media, moving from the desktop to mobile. We have been hammering this theme for a long time. We predicted it before Twitter made its first public IPO filing.Like other … Continue reading

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What To Expect From The Twitter IPO

To no one’s surprise, the Twitter IPO is garnering a tremendous amount of hype, from people calling it the savior of the tech markets v.2 or the biggest ripoff since Ponzi himself.  Facebook was v.1 and we saw how that … Continue reading

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A Recurring Theme Here: The Future Is Mobile, Not Social

We’ve covered this topic on the PRO site a number of times in discussing Facebook’s issues.  (See here and here, for example) Remember when everyone would go nuts when the word “social” was mentioned and talk about their “social layer?”  Their future, … Continue reading

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