Category Archives for Deep Thoughts

The Future is Streaming

Last week, Netflix announced a new subscription plan that ushered in an increase in prices. If you were online for any period of time over the past several days you have likely heard this. After the announcement, Netflix saw a … Continue reading

17. July 2011 by Alex Trevisan
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China’s Social Media Revolution

Imagine a life without Facebook. I’m sure some of you just got an uneasy feeling in your stomach after reading that. Social media has become so tightly woven in many of our daily lives that it is difficult to imagine … Continue reading

10. June 2011 by Alex Trevisan
Categories: Deep Thoughts, Social Media | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

The Internet: Making Up Stuff Since 1995

The recent news of the death of Osama Bin Laden has sparked extensive traffic across social networks and the Internet as a whole. Personally, I found out about the event from Twitter a good 30 minutes before any major news … Continue reading

03. May 2011 by Alex Trevisan
Categories: Deep Thoughts, Web | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

What We Can Learn From Amazon’s Cloud Crash

By now I am sure you heard of Amazon’s EC2 cloud server crash that shut down operations for several major websites including Reddit, Hootsuite, Quora, Foursquare, and many more over the past couple days. Since then, several articles have surfaced … Continue reading

27. April 2011 by Alex Trevisan
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Life of a Twitterholic

One of my favorite people to follow on Twitter is CNBC Sports Business Reporter Darren Rovell. Darren tweets daily about the economic aspects of the world of sports, the best food stadiums have to offer, advertising within the athletic realm, … Continue reading

18. April 2011 by Alex Trevisan
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