Why Amazon and Google are Losing the War

Professor Scott Galloway (NYU) delivers one of the most masterful 15 minutes worth of important tech trends I’ve ever seen. He’s got strong opinions about what’s to become of Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple – and the charts to back these opinions up.

An amuse bouche: “Google Glass is not a wearable, it’s a prophylactic ensuring you will not concieve a child because no one will get near you.”

Thanks to my friend Ken S. for passing this on. Watch it or miss out on what’s really happening:

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  1. The Ubiquitous Bookstore | The Scholarly Kitchen commented on Mar 31

    […] component. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But bricks-and-mortar is making a comeback, as a presentation from Scott Galloway of the Stern School at NYU shows. My own view is that a physical bookstore or chain of bookstores is a useful and perhaps essential […]

  2. Bookstore ubiquity | Making Book commented on Apr 06

    […] linked to towards the bottom of Mr Esposito’s piece. It’s worth listening to, so I have linked to it here also. He sees trouble ahead for single-play retail companies like Amazon, quoting Macy’s as an […]

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