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La Necesidad de Inmigración Para Eco-Sistemas Tecnológicas

Viernes en Inglés se ha convertido en Lunes en inglés, dado que este fin de semana publiqué un artículo en http://www.TheNextWeb.Com argumentando que cualquier país latinoamericano que quiera desarrollar una ecosistema tecnológica tiene que encontrar la manera de atraer inmigrantes desde el exterior.  El artículo entero se encuentra aquí: http://thenextweb.com/la/2013/06/15/latin-americas-wanna-be-silicon-valleys-have-to-face-an-inconvenient-truth-the-need-for-immigration/ Advertisements

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What Will Latin America Bring to Davos?

As many of you know at the moment I work for the World Economic Forum. In this blog post I describe the individuals I am helping bring to our Annual Meeting in Davos. The theme of the 2013 meeting is “Resilient Dynamism”, and in the following post I discuss that topic within the context of […]

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Google Vs. France: Reorganizing the Media Landscape

Google Vs. France: Reorganizing the Media Landscape Hey Everyone,  A published a more organized article on the topic of the recent spat between Google and France on TheNextWeb.com. You can find the link here. Enjoy! 

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Why does Google Fear Facebook?

Someone asked me recently why Google is afraid of Facebook, and why it would feel the urge to launch a social network to challenge Facebook’s core business. After all, Facebook gets social and it does it quite well. Google, on the other hand, does search better than anyone. On the surface they appear to be […]

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The Social Airplane

So one of the things that has happened to me after 3 years in Silicon Valley is that I spend a lot of time thinking about how to incorporate ‘social’ into traditional business models. After all, the power of social is the power to use technology to create human communications where none existed before. To this extent, […]

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My Itchy Hand

“I write when my hand itches”. One of the most influential authors on my early understanding of how the world works, Eduardo Galeano, used these words to explain why he writes. Similarly, though I shall never obtain the talent to infuse economics with poetry the way Galeano does, I write today because of the itch […]

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