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The Future of Content Delivery
08/07/2009 11:21:12 AM by Chris Toohey
(Note: I'm a fan of NY Times Best-Selling hard-science horror author Scott Sigler, so this might be a little biased... but recommended nonetheless!)
In a keynote address at Balticon 2009 this past May, Scott Sigler - who has taken his give-it-away-for-free approach to marketing and viral fanbase seeding all the way to the New York Times Best-Sellers list - spoke about The Future of Content Delivery. Being a software developer, blogger, podcaster, and hobbyist author... I was more than a little interested to hear what Sigler's thoughts were on the subject.
Sigler's thoughts on the numbers game of the target consumer base and specifically the consumer technologies that define that consumer base find a near direct corollary in our own world of product development.
Simply put. If you create any products, be they Lotus Notes Client Applications, Domino Web Applications, IBM add-ons, SaaS or Cloud offerings, Web Applications, Mobile and Cellular Phone Applications, or anything even in that arena... I highly suggest that you listen to this keynote from Scott Sigler on The Future of Content Delivery!
(Note: There is harsh language sprinkled throughout the podcast, so you might want to use your headphones...)