Twitter has had a rough few weeks, but does that mean it’s destined to spiral downward?
18% stock price drops are great for headlines, but they certainly don’t tell the story
If there’s one entrepreneurial mantra that Steve Jobs taught us, it’s this: Simplify!
Complex products fail. The complex MySpace lost to the simple Facebook. The simplicity of Snapchat
The floodgates have just burst open, not just in the world of technology, but in the entire free market. In the very way we view capitalism.
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Dear friends, family, colleagues, and supporters,
I'm thrilled to announce my first non-fiction book, working title "Captivology: The Science of Capturing People's Attention", due in early 2015 from HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins.
I hope you will sign up for updates on Captivology through my book's website. You can follow @Captivology on Twitter or like Captivology on Facebook. You can also follow @BenParr for regular updates. And finally, here's a link for sharing this announcement.
Microsoft + Nokia still has room to grow in the smartphone market, but perhaps the software giant should focus on the future of mobile: wearables.
Originally, I intended to write a thought piece
The dropped a bombshell last night — the government is spying on you! And it’s in cahoots with the world’s most popular Internet companies to do it!
If that isn’t a recipe
I dropped by CNBC this afternoon to discuss an issue that will dominate the headlines this week — a proposal by Apple CEO Tim Cook to simplify the tax laws regarding the repatriation of