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Thomas Euler
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Analyst, writer. At the intersection of tech, media and the digital economy.
Analyst, writer. At the intersection of tech, media and the digital economy.

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Is the next pop star going to be an AI? Part I of my new series on computational creativity and how it's going to influence the creative industries:

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Subscription publishing needs a dedicated platform. Like, a combination of Medium and Patreon:

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In the final part of my Code Conference digest, I look at Hillary Clinton and her "weaponized information" story. Also in there: Steve Case's Third Wave thesis, notable media executives, and my Unicorn Index idea. 

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Twitter 2017 has a clear strategy. But is it a good one? A dissection of the Code Conference interview with Twitter's COO Anthony Noto: 

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This week I summarize noteworthy insights from Recode's Code Conference interviews. Part 1 focuses on building content portfolio's as a subscription service and Netflix's approach to it. Plus, some good management advice by Steve Ballmer:

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Bill Simmons' site The Ringer changes teams. It's going to leave Medium and partner with Vox Media. A trade evaluation column:

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Nuzzel is a nice app. Last week, they introduced a subscription service. That gives me pause. They apparently don't know what business they want to be. https://attentionecono.me/nuzzel-sniffs-around-aimlessly-586f867b07cc 

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Joe Weisenthal’s idea of a cryptocurrency by Facebook is a great thought experiment. Wha if we used attention to back a currency with? Plus some thoughts on go-to-market approaches for blockchain-based systems:

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The Guardian published Facebook's moderation guidelines (dubbed the "Facebook Files"). Let's not overreact to them. Simply calling for tougher moderation rules has a massive downside:

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Retailers and CPG companies compete on different grounds online. Attention is the new availability. That impacts what good strategy looks like.
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