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Nicholas Carr: 2012 will bring the appification of media

Nicholas Carr: 2012 will bring the appification of media

For years now, the line between the software business and the media business has been blurring. Software applications used to take the form of packaged goods, sold through retail outlets at set prices. Today, as a result of cloud computing and other advances, applications look more and more like media products. They're ad-supported, subscribed to, continually updated, and the content they incorporate is often as important as the functions they provide. As traditional media companies have moved to distribute their wares in digital form -- as code, in other words -- they've come to resemble software companies. They provide not only original content, but an array of online tools and functions that allow customers to view, manipulate, and add to the content in myriad ways.

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Author

Anton Jolkovski

Date

2011-12-20 17:44

Shaping the Future of the News Publishing


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