Tags » Winner-takes-all

the winner-takes-all dynamic of digital capitalism

Great New Yorker article on the winner-takes-all dynamic that characterises innovative new tech-driven markets. Two escalatory dynamics drive this: the increasing competitive advantage of having better infrastructure and the increasing value of the platform as more users join. 131 more words

The Political Economy Of Digital Capitalism

Day 694: Make a good deal

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to access self-pity, thinking and believing that life has given me a rotten deal, meaning not winning all the time, not check-mating others in ways that will be a good deal for me, 340 more words

In Silicon Valley Now, It’s Almost Always Winner Takes All | The New Yorker

I want to focus on what Branson, a self-made billionaire, who is more often right than wrong, said about ride-sharing not being a “winner-takes-all” market. What Branson says is generally true for companies that sell analog products, such as packaged goods or soda, or analog services, such as air travel. 20 more words

Tools And Information

Dope Beats: Foul Mouth - Winner Takes All

Still riding the wave of his breakthrough beat-tape, Soul Louis, Detroit producer Foul Mouth 45 more words
Music

Book of the Week | Winner Takes All by Jacqui Moreau

TITLE: Winner Takes All

AUTHOR: Jacqui Moreau

PUBLISHER: Potatoworks Press

RELEASE DATE: October 12, 2015

GENRE: Romance, Women’s Fiction

BUY LINKS: AMAZON

Eva Butler isn’t easily intimidated—certainly not by a stern receptionist with a disapproving scowl. 180 more words

Reading

New Video: Foul Mouth - All Hail the Victor

Shot by Eyes Bleed Defiance, Detroit producer Foul Mouth presents the video for “All Hail The Victor” off his forthcoming album, Winner Takes All
Videos

Winner Takes All by Judy Kentrus

Title: Winner Takes All

Series: Laurel Heights #4

Author: Judy Kentrus

Genre: Contemporary Romance

 Release Date: October 27, 2015

Blurb

Preston Reynolds, a former Army Ranger, left a part of himself in the desert from hell. 767 more words

Blog Tours