Natalie Klym

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As more and more content migrates to the Internet, “personal” video choices are becoming the norm not the exception. The impact of Internet content and IP based business of video distribution is still difficult to evaluate. However, there is obviously no turning back as this content pervades the home and the community. Driven in large part by(More)
As more and more content migrates to the Internet, “personal” video choices are becoming the norm not the exception. The impact of Internet content and IP-based video distribution is still difficult to evaluate. However, there is obviously no turning back as this content pervades the home and the community. Driven in large part by the near-ubiquitous(More)
Abstract First-generation mobile TV has involved delivering content to cell phones. But as mobile TV evolves, it will find greater significance as part of a multifaceted video offering that combines multiple screens, devices, networks, and content types. Content, or a particular viewing session, moves with the user, across devices and across networks.(More)
Making a service social means providing a way for users to engage with a product or service as a group. We are specifically interested in groups based on connections that are established using the emerging online social networking tools like Facebook, MySpace, etc. This paper explores the value chain dynamics resulting from the integration of social(More)
In some cases by design, but mostly by accident, numerous advances in technology have been highly disruptive. The personal computer and the Internet are instructive examples that empower new and smaller players to innovate and challenge the entrenched economic and technological interests. RFID offers the possibility of an explosion of nodes at the edge of(More)
Executive Summary RFID technology has generated much hype in the last few years. The major driver for its development has been the tagging of physical objects – people, places, and things – with single chip radios so they can interface with computers. While the technology has been available for several decades, the 21st century has marked the beginning of a(More)
Executive summary The digital distribution of music grew out of the unauthorized file-sharing phenomenon of the late 1990s. As peer-to-peer networks gained popularity, a digital music value chain emerged comprised of file sharing software, Internet connectivity, personal computers, jukebox software, portable MP3 players, and a community of users providing(More)
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