Blog Posts tagged business models

Strategies: selling art online (2)

By Paul Watson on .

Kentucky-based collage artist Randel Plowman launched a new project back in March 2006. The project—called A Collage A Day—was ambitious to say the least. He committed himself to producing a new 4″ × 4″ collage every day and putting it up for sale on a specially created blog. Each collage…

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Books cased in perfumed woods, doubly precious because no one can read them

By Paul Watson on .

With Chris Anderson's next book Free due to be previewed on the front cover of Wired magazine next week, there’s a lot of chatter about how the way to make money in the future is to give stuff away. That’s a gross simplification of the economics of free, but it basically sums it up. Kevin…

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The Future of Music - Radiohead & Left Hand Red

By Paul Watson on .

There’s been a lot of analysis about Radiohead‘s “pay what you think it’s worth” new album digital release at the tail end of last year. Much of the comment was positive – which I’m generally in agreement with because I think Radiohead made a good move. Most of the handful of detractors…

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