ENTRIES TAGGED "ownership vs access"

Top Stories: November 7-11, 2011

Top Stories: November 7-11, 2011

Tim O'Reilly on ebooks, confessions of a not-so-public speaker, and why social network analysis matters.

This week on O'Reilly: Tim O'Reilly looked at the past and future of ebooks, Suzanne Axtell shared her first steps toward becoming a public speaker, and we learned that social network analysis goes far beyond social networks.

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Access or ownership: Which will be the default?

Access or ownership: Which will be the default?

The ease of access and the desire to own appear to be on a collision course.

Business, media, publishing, data, education — these are all areas where access vs. ownership has organically popped up in Radar’s coverage. But which model will win out in the long term?

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When content customization is baked in, ownership trumps access

When content customization is baked in, ownership trumps access

Corey Pressman addresses the digital-era quandary of ownership versus access.

For existing ebook converts already untethered from the symbolic function of a book collection, access to content is quite compelling, says Exprima Media's Corey Pressman. But he says for personalization and customization, ownership is important.

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