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Stop Ignoring Your Audience in the Emerging Markets

Our headquarters are located in Estonia, which is a country with 1.3 million people. This country is roughly the size of New Hampshire. Testing produc

Lessons from Windows 8: Don’t revolutionize UI

When the Windows 8 operating system was initially released by Microsoft, it tried to don a tablet’s clothing [in its user interface design] .The

Big Data for Small Business by Stephen E. Arnold

Big Data is one of the buzzwords which attract attention. In London on May 15 and then in New York City on May 22, 2013, I had the tough job of explai

The Future of Money and Bitcoin by Chris Larsen, CEO of OpenCoin

The Future of Money and Bitcoin by Chris Larsen, CEO of OpenCoin

We’re entering a new era in the evolution of money.

Commodity money was first—gold, precious metals, things considered inherently valuable. Next came political money—fiat currency, banknotes, things that had value because they were backed by governments and legal systems. Now there’s math-based money—money controlled only by protocols and algorithms. Harnessing and maximizing the power and potential of these new math-based systems is going to be the big story in finance for decades to come.

Why Your Startup Should Be Open Source – by Peer.fm (formerly Napster.fm)

Editor’s Note: CitizenTekk publishes startups and experts in technology. We are featuring Peer.fm (formerly Napster.fm) because the music-streaming

Peer-to-Peer: Why Are We Driving With Strangers by Michael Bergman CEO of Repp

Peer-to-Peer: Why Are We Driving With Strangers by Michael Bergman CEO of Repp

You’ve heard it before, the Internet is a great, wondrous invention – and that was from your 87 year old grandpa who just learned about YouTube. More importantly, it gives us the perfect platform to operate more efficiently  . . .  thus, the birth of peer-to-peer startups. It seems these days you can’t go anywhere without Airbnb being brought up, “It’s Airbnb for cat litter” or “It’s the Airbnb of birthday party clowns.”