NewCo Shift

Covering the biggest shift in business and society since the industrial revolution

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NewCo

NewCo explores the stories shaping the world’s most innovative companies through experiential festivals and media offerings. https://medium.com/newco

John Battelle

A Founder of NewCo, Federated Media, sovrn Holdings, Web 2 Summit, Wired, Industry Standard; writer on Media, Technology, Culture, Business

Octavio Raygoza

Multimedia (Video/Photo/Web) Producer

Stacey Reitz Foreman

Co-founder and Executive Producer of NewCo, Live music enthusiast, Proud Mama of two teenage boys, serial startup grrl.

Timothy Nordvedt

Producer and partnerships lead for NewCo.co. CFO at Avalow.com. Resident of the world. Cyclist and father.

Latest Posts

The Anti-Network Effect

As social media platforms grow stronger they grow weaker too. This will eventually open the way for a meaningful alternative to Facebook.

What It’s Like to Be A Woman On the Internet

A follow-up to the mystery of Tee Medlin, and “What It’s Like to Be a Woman at a Tech Conference”

Predictions 2019: Climate, Tech, Trump, Facebook, and…Weed.

If predictions are like baseball, I’m bound to have a bad year in 2019, given how well things went the last time around. And given how my…

How We Fared: Predictions 2018

Cross posted from Searchblog

It’s Not Facebook’s Fault Alone

We got ourselves into this mess. Facebook was just happy to take our money and our data along the way. 2019 is the year we starting…

Mark Zuckerberg is in a crisis of leadership. Will he grasp its opportunity?

It seems like an eternity, but about one year ago this Fall, Uber had kicked its iconic founding CEO to the curb, and he responded by…

Data Could Drive a Small Business Renaissance. But First, We Have to Free It.

How a fictional “Token Act” might change the game in small business across our economy.

Advertising Is Killing The Open Web. It Doesn’t Have To.

Programmatic advertising could change everything. But lazy ad buyers are failing to embrace that change.

Instead of Breaking Them Up, Let’s Force “The Four” to Share.

Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook won’t like it. But our economy would soar.

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