Archive for the 'Observations' Category

05 | Introduction to the Welcome Model

Monday, March 8th, 2010

The Web is a little like water: in the same way that you have to be in the water to learn to swim, everything on the Web has to be experienced to be understood. So I can’t stress enough that I have been able to observe and describe the Welcome Model because I have first […]

04 | It All Started With The ComCom Principle

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

The Internet allowed a new flow of communication springing from the consumer toward the media. It was a key turning point in the media-consumer relationship: with the personal computer and the Internet, suddenly we are all connected. And each of our users (readers, viewers, consumers) is connected to our media, to our ad, to our […]

03 | Business Models Are The Easy Part

Friday, November 13th, 2009

I am media centric and user driven. Media centric?  By now, we have all observed, learned or at least heard that the Internet is user centric: we have user-centric identity, user-centric design, user-centric media, user-centric Web architecture and user-centric databases management. And of course, when we’ll come to hosting communities, we’ll look closely at what “user […]

02 | Analysis Of The Context Changes: Ecosystem

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

Now we are trying to visualize two factors of the Web that change the traditional-media environment: the speed of two-way communications, and the integration into one ecosystem of all the exchanges that are part of making a mass media. figure 5: Acceleration of all communications Observations on figure 5 Once again: this is not intended […]

01 | Analysis Of The Context Changes: Transition

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

So, let’s lay the groundwork as fast as possible with the help of a few diagrams to build a common visual vocabulary from concepts we are all familiar with. Note: for the sake of speed, I am recycling diagrams from different presentations. Apologies for the inconsistencies. I’ll replace them later with cleaner ones. Graphical conventions: […]