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Stephen McCurry
San Francisco
Product Manager for Stella & Dot
Interests: Technology, cycling, running, poker
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How can you leverage social context to sell more? There are two ways to leverage social context – 1. Distribution, 2. Conversion. If you want to increase distribution the key question to ask about your product is will a customer share your product, experience or marketing message with their friends and family spontaneously and without financial reward? Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2012 at A glitch in the matrix
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Given the press coverage and my own knowledge of how Facebook works, I regularly purge applications that have access to my Facebook profile. I'm also careful what information I divulge on Facebook. However, until recently I have never done the same for Google / Gmail. When I discovered the list... Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2012 at A glitch in the matrix
A product idea came to me recently based on memories of my time backpacking solo around the world. I remember vividly standing in the bus terminal in Buenos Aires. I had already travelled by bus from Rio de Janeiro through Brazil and northern Argentina. I was stood in the terminal... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2012 at A glitch in the matrix
What used to be the domain of the tech team is increasingly impacting the day to day jobs of other functional areas such as marketing, finance and operations. I find it surprising then that people are so tech phobic. It seems that individuals could be much more effective in their... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2012 at A glitch in the matrix
Stephen McCurry has shared their blog A glitch in the matrix
Dec 23, 2011
This is the time of year for top 10 lists covering almost every aspect of life. The following matrix of goodness provides you with a one stop shop for the best of the Top 10 lists out there on the web. Enjoy. Top 10 ideas you should understand for 2012... Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2011 at A glitch in the matrix
Completely agree that the Facebook social graph is a massive over simplification of real world social groups. Question is how to achieve dynamic groups with different levels of intimacy whilst maintaining simplicity for the user.
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Oct 6, 2010