Étiquette : economic model (page 1 of 2)

La peur d’un procès aurait attisé les divergences stratégiques déjà présentes entre les développeurs : l’un des points de discorde était un VPN, un service de protection codéveloppé par Wally, afin d’offrir aux internautes la possibilité de ne pas être visibles des instances de contrôle du téléchargement illégal, comme la Hadopi française.
Ce système, payant, était dangereux aux yeux de certains membres de l’équipe : ces derniers étaient persuadés que l’absence de revenus du service gratuit était une des meilleures défenses juridiques de PopcornTime.io en cas de procès. Wally a eu beau affirmer ne pas « vouloir faire de l’argent » et chercher à assurer la pérennité de son service, le divorce était consommé.

Source : Popcorn Time : les déboires du « Netflix du piratage »

Even Berk, who stopped looking for funding for Neighborrow in 2009, who believes that the core problem with the idea was not trust, insurance, funding, interface, or anything other than human apathy.

Source : The « Sharing Economy » Is Dead, And We Killed It | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Tinder users will be able to swipe up once per day; those who pay for Tinder Plus (variable pricing depending on location and age) will get five each day.

Source : Tinder is offering a brand-new swipe option for people you “super like” – Quartz

YouTube, which spent the first 10 years of its life as a free service, is getting ready to start selling tickets.

Source : YouTube Prepares to Launch Two Subscription Services in One | Re/code

Fortunately I’ve developed a simple solution. The Ethical Ad Blocker is a Chrome extension that, when it detects advertising on a website, blocks the entire website. This way, the user doesn’t experience ads, but they also don’t leech free content.

Source : Darius Kazemi’s Ethical Ad Blocker Solves All Ethical Ad-Blocking Problems – The Atlantic

As expected, Facebook does hope to make a little money from the new product, but not with the ad-dominant approach it’s known for. Instead, businesses will start with the free version and pay for extra features or analytics associated with their accounts, said Codorniou.

Source : Facebook Is Preparing to Launch Facebook at Work | Re/code

What happens to a small company when you take away 75 to 85 percent of its revenue opportunities in the name of user experience? Who’s going to make all that content we love so much, and what will it look like if it only makes money on proprietary platforms?These are the questions worth asking — and they deserve better answers than simply « they’ll adapt. » Because there’s only one thing that makes adaptation such a powerful force.Death.

Source : Welcome to hell: Apple vs. Google vs. Facebook and the slow death of the web | The Verge

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There is a little Aurous in all of us. Enjoy music how you want to for free.

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Source : Aurous – Free Music, Whenever, Wherever

The quest for scale, driven by the distribution power of a few enormous technology platforms, is killing the business case for local news. Will anything take its place?

Source : As giant platforms rise, local news is getting crushed » Nieman Journalism Lab

Today there are many parts of the English countryside where there are more cameras than George Orwell could ever have imagined.

Source : Digital surveillance ‘worse than Orwell’, says new UN privacy chief | Technology | The Guardian

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