Archive for september, 2014

From ApplePay to AppleCurrency?

Published by on september 24, 2014

I predict that Apple will introduce their own AppleCurrency ONE year after they introduce ApplePay.

Why?
Apple has created a shopping system of products where everything is connected. The problem for Apple is that the demand they create is bigger than what Apple can provide with products (money paid for complimented products to Apples products and the culture connected to Apple is enormously large).

Brand image?
The revolution should be led by icon brands as Apple. Below the surface our economic system is questioned and is not stabile enough. It’s only a matter of time before a major corporation creates its own currency.

How?
AppleCurrency can be an offline currency with real coins. The coins can have the legend Steve Jobs face, further the shape of the coins can be as their Apple logo (with the bite).
Digital it can be used to buy products on Apple.com, Apple Store etc but also in other online shops.

What is the point when you can pay with ApplePay anyway?
Money makes money and Apple could make, control and increase their profit. AppleCurrency could change the world by being a powerful financial system that makes the world spin around the Apple.

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The Apple ecosystem is like a swamp. The more we interact with it, the deeper we are drawn into it. Fortunately, it is a very lovely swamp.

Published by on september 15, 2014

The Apple ecosystem is like a swamp. The more we interact with it, the deeper we are drawn into it. Fortunately, it is a very lovely swamp.
Mat Honan, Senior staff writer at Wired

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Good luck, hope you fail

Published by on september 10, 2014

Good luck, hope you fail.
Björn Söderberg, speaker and Social entrepreneur. Speech quoted when Björn wished Pam an entrepreneur good luck after a lecture at Talarforum with permission from Björn.

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webpower.se: We welcome Web Power as our new partner

Published by on september 4, 2014

Yesterday we sent our first newsletter with our new partner webpower.se. They work with marketing automation and are by far a strong power in their field. Back in 2006 Web Power sponsored my lecture in Amsterdam at a seminar where Chris Anderson was the key note speaker. Back then I had the pleasure to meet the founders of the company, today I have the honor to work with their Swedish dream team. Thanks to Web Power for all the great help with the newsletter, read our newsletter in Swedish (Google translation into English). We welcome Web Power as our new partner.

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Lost is the new found

Published by on september 2, 2014

Lost is the new found.

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