In the Age of the Platform, bedfellows are beyond strange.
Both companies are successful—sort of.
Changing course is often a requirement in the Age of the Platform.
This is starting to get interesting.
Allowing you to connect with your friends is not the same as being your friend.
Microsoft and open source? You read right.
Google makes so much more money than Facebook. So why is the former scared of the latter?
On the relationship between profits and platforms.
In the Age of the Platform, can you predict success?
Have we really entered the Age of the Platform?