The timeframe in development of new models in the car industry differs so fundamentally from the timeframes of innovations in the digital industry that the divergence of those two key industries must lead to inconvenience and annoyance of the future consumer. And here is why.
I won’t give away any spoilers. But one thing’s for sure: „The 100“ has what it takes to be one of the best ScFi series in the last 5 years. The story lines of the first two episodes are very promising, and the producers have obviously decided to invest in more sets, CGI and actors.
The monetary gap between Android and iOS won’t close so fast, as the Android community wishes. In the very enlightening two-part article „mobile facts to keep in mind“ by Frédéric Filloux (one of the two columnists of the very profound „Monday Note“ blog), the first three basic trends on mobile are outlined. Part two is due to Monday 14th 2014.
US tv sci fi series are some sort of a marvel. They often appear and disappear without big noise. Which was the case with lots of them in the past years. The last example was ALMOST HUMAN, a very expensive science fiction crime drama that didn’t survive the first season, despite some very good stories and a cast that rocked. But something went wrong, so it wasn’t renewed. Pity. When „The 100“ a post-apocalyptic tv series made a debut on German itunes store I was sure, they wouldn’t survive a first season either, but I was wrong.
Just in case you doubted that print is still ahead in terms of advertising revenue, some very interesting numbers by French expert Frédéric Filloux.