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最近有幾家建立在新聞、娛樂基礎上的媒體集團紛紛將旗下品牌紛紛結束、整合,裁走100人,換句話說,就是把辛苦經營掙扎了十幾廿年,獲利豐厚的事業群重組、分拆,全面投向Digital,Mobile,以為可以絕地翻身。 傳統媒體

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Sara Garofalo

This theory was developed by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman and first appeared in 1979 with a paper that laid the foundation of the field of behavioral economics. Here’s an interesting paper from Harvard Magazine which explains the basic idea behind Behavioral Economics.

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How to Use Google Analytics to Improve Your Content Strategy

There are so many ways to excel at content marketing. You could try to out-publish your competition, repurpose every new piece of content into other formats or create content types no one else does. Still, nothing beats the data-driven approach.

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The Greatest Sales Deck I’ve Ever Seen

A few months ago, my friend Tim took a new sales job at a Series C tech company that had raised over $60 million from A-list investors. He’s one of the best salespeople I know, but soon after starting, he emailed me to say he was struggling.

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Tip: Check out these coding tutorials for journalists

Having an understanding of code can help journalists approach stories in new ways and better communicate with colleagues who produce interactives for their newsroom.

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This Page Lets You Disable a Lot of Google’s Activity Tracking

Google tracks a lot of your data. If you’re comfortable with that, it can make your life a little easier. If you’re not, it can be a pain to figure out how to turn it off. Fortunately, there’s one settings page where you can disable a lot of it.

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What’s the Most Loving Thing You Can Do?

The question I’ve been asking myself lately, before I do anything, is a deceptively simple one: “What’s the most loving thing you can do in this situation?“ Now, that might sound corny to some of you, might seem irrelevant to most of you. But give me one minute of your time to explain.

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The five issues holding Uber and Lyft back in big states

Ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft have been Silicon Valley’s big disruptive success story of the last five years. They upended the market, beat the policymakers, won over consumers, and saved democracy.

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歐洲的數碼轉型

歐洲正處於前所未有技術轉型的風口浪尖上。我稱之為「萬物互聯網」(Internet of Everything):互聯網滲透入我們日常生活的各方面。可穿戴技術告訴我們睡得怎樣,是否及何時需要做運動。街頭的感應器幫助我們避免交通堵

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【2047】姚松炎:幾百萬樓僅用卅年就到期,誰說必自動續租?

  「界限街以北的地契條款將於2047年大規模到期(料涉數十萬份),港府應開始準備如何處理。」

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Uber meets Tinder

$6 billion Atlassian once took a $60 million investment it didn’t need so employees could cash out

Business software company Atlassian, now a $6 billion publicly-traded company,  has been profitable since 2005. Better yet, Atlassian did it without doing a traditional round of venture capital investment. 

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Beyond the iPhone – Stratechery by Ben Thompson

I enjoy the writing of Farhad Manjoo, tech columnist at The New York Times, but I was prepared for the hottest of hot takes when I saw his latest column, penned just hours after Apple’s latest product unveiling, was titled What’s Really Missing From the New iPhone: Dazzle.

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Beyond the iPhone – Stratechery by Ben Thompson

I enjoy the writing of Farhad Manjoo, tech columnist at The New York Times, but I was prepared for the hottest of hot takes when I saw his latest column, penned just hours after Apple’s latest product unveiling, was titled What’s Really Missing From the New iPhone: Dazzle.

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Big Bang II: After Brexit, what’s next for the City of London?

One chilly morning in the mid-1970s, David Mayhew was tramping the streets of the City of London. His mission? To head off a stock market crash. The Bank of England had asked Mayhew, a dealing partner at Cazenove, and a few other City brokers to support it in a clandestine operation.

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(獨家專訪)裴偉:黎智英要賣《壹週刊》,要我找買家

《鏡週刊》董事長裴偉。編按:《上報》、《信傳媒》、《報導者》……近一年來,台灣的新媒體網站像雨後春筍般地一個接着一個冒出頭來。每一家登場之初,總引起媒體圈和公眾一陣猜測:它的編採團隊有哪些人?老闆是

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The art of expanding your business overseas : Advice for Founders

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Steel, petrochemicals, and – blockchain? Asia’s old money billionaires turn to startups.

Photo credit: 401(K) 2012. A few decades ago, Asia’s billionaires made their fortunes through industries like petrochemicals, steel, and tobacco. Now some of those tycoons are eyeing startups for investment opportunities.

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Washington Post Unveils ‘Lightning-Fast’ Mobile Website

The Washington Post says it has a new “lightning-fast” mobile website, which it plans to roll out gradually before the end of the year.

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Helen H. Wang

Half a Billion Opportunities for U.S. Businesses The Chinese middle class is expanding rapidly, reaching 474 million this year, according to my latest calculation. Many people may challenge this number. But it’s just arithmetic.

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At Cyberport, our vision is committed to build a legacy of entrepreneurial excellence that establishes Cyberport as a leading global innovation and technology hub.

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Smart mobility. Strong economy. EUROPEAN MOBILITY WEEK 2016

Smart Mobility on demand for Smart Cities

Are you a Connector?

In Chapter Two of The Tipping Point, I talk about the central role that three personality types–that I call Connectors, Mavens, and Salesmen–play in social epidemics.

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