Money and Motivation: Will Content Survive the Age of Sharing and Collaboration?

In Innovation, Internet Business Models on March 16, 2010 at 10:00 am

Read my complete post on The Scholarly Kitchen. Excerpts:    

It’s long been an assumption that tried-and-true publishing business models might not retain their viability in an increasingly collaborative and tech-centric information environment. But as these new layers emerge, can the central aspect on which they depend — namely, content — survive?    

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The detriment … is that all of this innovation has pushed the boundaries of existing publishing, copyright, and compensation models. This may, in fact, only be the tip of the iceberg — the point at which traditional publishing business assumptions are being Zamboni’d by the blade and squeegee of technological change.


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