Thanks Daniel! And really interesting point on the talent side. This raises some questions on the boundaries between work and personal life / public and private identities, especially if we move away from a free services for private data paradigm (i.e., FB/Google/Amazon).
100% agreed! On the flip side, this Gallup poll found healthcare to be the top financial concern Americans have today: http://www.gallup.com/poll/212780/cost-healthcare-americans-top-financial-concern.aspx
Thanks so much! And really good point re: voice as a platform! If anything, this will pose a pretty big discovery challenge for new brands as it would reinforce existing behaviors versus incent behavior change.
Good question! Google Photos definitely has a good shot of sticking around, especially on Android where the experience is so seamless its basically invisible and doesn’t require the friction of a download.
Evernote is a tough one — depends on their most common mobile use case. If its about notes on the go, I can imagine an…
Definitely think the relationship between tech and community is critical, but unfortunately I don’t think free markets are fully efficient. There are a host of social issues that require long-term investment for which there aren’t business incentives, nor is there political will to tackle in the short-term.