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Steve Case Keynote Interview at Digital Media Conference + John Trimble of Pandora - DROdio
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Comscore, CEA & Parks on Stats and Trends at Digital Media Conference

Yesterday's phenomenal Digital Media Conference kicked off with research briefs by analysts from Comscore, Parks Associates and CEA.  Here was the panel title:

Research Presentations: Top Digital Media Trends Shawn DuBravac, Chief Economist & Director of Research, CEA Elise Neel, VP, comScore Marketing Solutions, Director, comScore Heather Way, Research Analyst, Parks Associates

Two highlights include that Google Android growth continues to beat Apple's, and that 1mm smartphones being added per week.

I also captured keynotes by Steve Case & John Trimble, a panel by VCs, and I did a panel on the iPad + Media.

Yesterday's phenomenal Digital Media Conference kicked off with research briefs by analysts from Comscore, Parks Associates and CEA.  Here was the panel title: Research Presentations: Top Digital Media Trends Shawn DuBravac, Chief Economist & Director of Research, CEA Elise Neel, VP, comScore Marketing Solutions, Director, comScore Heather Way, Research Analyst, Parks Associates Two highlights include that Google Android growth continues to beat Apple's, and that 1mm smartphones being added per week. I also captured keynotes by Steve Case & John Trimble, a panel by VCs, and I did a panel on the iPad + Media. Here is video of the panel, and the Twitter stream is below that: > //

Finding your Passion

On Tynan

You should spend your life doing something you're passionate about, right? Everyone agrees with this, but tons of people have trouble figuring out exactly what their passion is. It seems like the kind of thing that should be glaringly obvious, but for some reason it just isn't.

I think a big part of the problem is that we're looking in the wrong places.

Passions are very rarely big nouns like, cars, computers, or dogs. They're usually verbs, and they're usually specific.

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