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batye
batye
1/18/2019 2:16:56 PM
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Re: streaming
@Ariella the way it look to me this days we have much more sellers than buyers... on any market and marketing become very aggresive... it no longer about needs... it more like seven deadly sin's :) 

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Ariella
Ariella
1/17/2019 2:18:09 PM
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Re: streaming
Ouch, only a 4.7 rating on that one, not something I had on my watch list back when I was into my old moview phase.  I was thining of the 7.2 rated "Lover Come Back" https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0055100/. Thereis no Vip, but that doesn't stop them from promoting it.

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LarryLoeb
LarryLoeb
1/17/2019 2:14:01 PM
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Re: streaming
@Ariella

Was that Russ Meyer's "The Immoral Mr. Teas"?

(Look it up in imdb)

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Ariella
Ariella
1/17/2019 2:01:57 PM
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Re: streaming
@LarryLoeb yes, a lot of our tech seems to work that way. I once heard a lecturer claim that markeitng is about filling a need and thought he was being extremely naive. It's about creating the need you intend to fill. In fact, this was noted a long time before the rise of our tech in  1961 a movie that played with the idea of promoting something that didn't even exist. 

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LarryLoeb
LarryLoeb
1/17/2019 1:40:09 PM
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Re: streaming
@Ariella

Take the Jobsian view here.

The marks don't know they want it until they see it.

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Ariella
Ariella
1/17/2019 1:34:25 PM
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Re: streaming
@LarryLoeb I see. I wonder if the tech follow the demand or if the demand here would be genereated by enabling tech. 

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LarryLoeb
LarryLoeb
1/17/2019 1:33:05 PM
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Re: streaming
@Ariella

He's trying to justify higher bandwidth (think video over photos). He's got modems to sell.

But we could end up like the people in the chairs in Wall-E (Everyone is doing red!)

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Ariella
Ariella
1/17/2019 1:15:22 PM
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streaming
<The wireless experience on our mobile phones will now be ever so swift, secure, and steady as we seamlessly stream or share our digital memories."> that sounds almost poetical. IS that what people do primarily with their phones? Perhaps he means when they share what they do now, those updates will become memories that can be accessed later if one is not using one of those platforms that deletes things after 24 hours.

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