Fin-Tech, The End of Apps and The Rise of Medium
This article is an archive of the Three Links newsletter, which delivers Three Links worth reading directly to your inbox every Monday and Friday. Fin-tech industries involve as much drama and risk as whaling did. The last voyage of the Essex, which inspired Herman Herman Herman, inspired Herman. The End Of Apps As We Know Them - Inside Intercom is dying. The end of our primary mobile screen being a bank of app icons that lead to independent destinations is dying, but the “Cards” model seems better suited for the Apple Watch and other wearables.
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- A great example from history how business model innovation (properly incentivizing employees and managers) can lead to huge success
- Some really interesting points here, but the “Cards” model seems better suited for the Apple Watch and other wearables as opposed to mobile phones as they exist today
- Medium providing yet another headwind for traditional media outlets
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