Can you profit by serving early adapters?

Berkonomics

And my closet is full of such gadgets, from early pen-based computers to early brick-sized cell phones to an electronic handwriting recognition pad received as a gift to test. I am a gadget freak, often purchasing new technologies in their first release.

Putting the Pedal to the Metal at Amplify

From the Venture Trenches

For the first three months of this year, I have had the pleasure of breathing the same air as the crew from Amplify , the Venice based accelerator.

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It is satisfying, but rarely profitable, serving early adopters.

Berkonomics

And my closet is full of such gadgets, from early pen-based computers to early brick-sized cell phones to an electronic handwriting recognition pad received as a gift to test. They allow me to preview new devices and technologies before release so that I might write about and speak about them in my “Tech Trends” keynotes. I am a gadget freak, often purchasing new technologies in their first release.

How to Teach Computational Thinking

Xconomy

Whether it’s sensor-based medicine, computational contracts, education analytics, or computational agriculture—success is going to rely on being able to do computational thinking well. So when you write in it, you’re doing programming.

Putting the Pedal to the Metal at Amplify

From the Venture Trenches

For the first three months of this year, I have had the pleasure of breathing the same air as the crew from Amplify , the Venice based accelerator. Like good mentors Paul, Jeff, Richard, Oded and David as well as Chris and Kris create an atmosphere in which the motivated founders can take advantage of the knowledge base to which they are exposed.