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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-09-20


Facebook found itself in the middle of another media controversy last week. Here’s the New York Times: The image is iconic: A naked, 9-year-old girl fleeing napalm bombs during the Vietnam War, tears streaming down her face. The picture from 1972, which went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography, has since been used countless times to illustrate the horrors of modern warfare....(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-09-14


Facebook found itself in the middle of another media controversy last week. Here’s the New York Times: The image is iconic: A naked, 9-year-old girl fleeing napalm bombs during the Vietnam War, tears streaming down her face. The picture from 1972, which went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography, has since been used countless times to illustrate the horrors of modern warfare....(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-09-06


In the eight months since I wrote Cars and the Future, there has been an explosion in news about the future of transportation, much of it in the last few weeks:These five bits of news are presented in roughly the order they matter; Uber and Google matter most of all.When thinking about the future of transportation-as-a-service, it’s tempting to draw a straight line from UberX to Google self-driving...(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-08-31


In the eight months since I wrote Cars and the Future, there has been an explosion in news about the future of transportation, much of it in the last few weeks:These five bits of news are presented in roughly the order they matter — and Uber and Google matter most of all.When thinking about the future of transportation-as-a-service, it’s tempting to draw a straight line from UberX to Google...(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-08-25


Stratechery is on its annual summer break. There will be no Daily Updates or Weekly Article. Stratechery will return on August 29. All memberships initiated this week will be changed to an August 29 start-date. Thanks for your support and see you next week.

This is written by on Thursday, August 18, 2016 .

It is from http://stratechery.com/.

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-08-16


In an interview over the weekend with Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated, Chairman of the NBC Sports Group Mark Lazarus declared himself very satisfied with how the Rio Olympics have gone for NBC: “I’m obviously biased but I believe once again we have created a masterful production job, from the quality of production, the quality of storytelling, our preparedness for whatever stories developed...(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-08-10


In February 1991, the very month that Walmart overtook the most iconic American retailer in sales, Sears spokesman Jerry Buldak told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the companies couldn’t really be compared: “We feel the mission of Sears is to be an integrated, powerful specialty merchant, with brand names and our own lines of exclusive merchandise,” company spokesman Jerry Buldak...(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-08-04


One of the more eye-rolling sentiments in tech — thankfully fading — is that every rectangular device with a touchscreen is a rip-off of the iPhone. Well duh! How else would you make a phone post 2007?That’s why I’ve always had more respect for Samsung than most; I wrote in 2013 in an article called Shameless Samsung: Every pre-iPhone phone maker is irrelevant, if they even exist,...(Read More)

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Written by Peter Brayton on 2016-07-23


Probably the most important fact when it comes to analyzing Unilever’s purchase of Dollar Shave Club is the $1 billion price: in the world of consumer packaged goods (CPG) it is shockingly low. After all, only eleven years ago Procter & Gamble (P&G) bought Gillette, the market leader in shaving,1 for a staggering $57 billion.To be sure Gillette is still dominant — the brand controls...(Read More)





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