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The Infrastructure will be online

In cappuccino on October 7, 2015 at 6:30 am

downloadChina is a bubble. No, China is actually the world bank now. No, China is stagnating. No, China is becoming the world’s leading economy. Arguments on whether China is or will be the dominant economy. Long before China was even the topic for this discussion, one could see the course of action: China was to become an important economy, while the next developing countries would be African. I’m still willing to make this bet. I know about that hypothesis in which India will be the next boom, but I see Africa as being more dynamic, and I see both China and the US cooperating into creating Africa as the next market. Let’s move on to our topic today: Facebook will deliver internet access to sub Saharan Africa.  Read the rest of this entry »


Branding and marketing Facebook

In cappuccino on May 5, 2015 at 6:48 am

mark and richRemember when Facebook rolled out its first video ad? It was meant to celebrate Facebook’s first billion. It was the beginning of something Facebook wasn’t really doing: branding. Facebook was reaching its first billion users and from there on, Facebook was believed to collapse, but it didn’t. Read the rest of this entry »

The Social Network, cu accent pe “The”

In cappuccino, maci on November 3, 2010 at 7:15 am

De cateva zile tot discutam despre  The Social Network care a reusit sa creeze un alt buzz in jurul Facebook-ului, care nu prea mai era The Thing, cel putin nu din perspectiva astora care sunt online tot atat timp cat nu dorm. Inainte de The Social Network incepusem sa cam astept urmatoarea The Social Network,urmatorul business online de un miliard de euro. The Social Network face awareness pentru Facebook la pachet cu Zuckerberg, mai mult Zuckerberg. Facebook are “more than 500 million users”. Estimarea de 10% care stiu cine e fondatorul Facebook e o estimare optimista. Oricum, serios, cati oameni de 26 ani stiti voi despre care s-au facut filme? Read the rest of this entry »