Articles from Digitopoly
Precisely how does the online world provide public goods? That is the question for this column.
Public goods in the digital world contain some of the same features as those in the offline world. Yet, there are some key differences in the boundaries between public and private, and that shapes what arises and what does not.
That will need an explanation.
When I look at economics papers and reports, the graphical presentations have hardly changed. This is despite a sizeable change in the tools available to us to provide clearer graphs.
To illustrate what I mean take a look at this animated gif presentation. It is very compelling.
Following up from my earlier post on Apple’s iPhone versioning, Apple has released its new range. Here is the pricing:
iPhone 4S (8GB): $0 ($450 unlocked)
16GB: $99 ($549 unlocked)
32GB: $199 ($649 unlocked)
16GB: $199 ($649 unlocked)
32GB: $299 ($749 unlocked)
64GB: $399 ($849 unlocked)
Tomorrow, Apple look set to introduce some new iPhones including an iPhone 5S (its flagship) and an iPhone 5C. The latter is seemingly a break from the past. From the rumours, it will be a lower cost iPhone but with colourful options possibly targeting the Chinese market where Apple finally signed on China Mobile as a distributor.