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Shrinkwrap Software is Dead! (Obvious but True)




If you are in the shrinkwrap supply business, you need to find some new markets.

Sometimes technology moves in cycles and sometimes shifts are permanent. Right now a permanent shift has taken place as consumers and businesses alike have shifted from purchasing shrink wrap software, and its equivalents in other content like music and movies, and have now moved to a hybrid download/subscription model or cloud delivery model.

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Blu-ray Discs are Already Obsolete




Blu-ray is cool and all, but too bad it's going to be irrelevant.

Yes, I am stating unequivocally that Blu-ray disc technology is already obsolete. But not because there is a better pre-recorded viewing technology, but rather the Blu-ray disc obsolescence stems from a changed marketplace. Online Streaming coupled with changing media consumption patterns means that those Blu-ray Disc players and movies delivering the latest and greatest viewing experience are already becoming obsolete and will never achieve the success and ubiquity of VHS or DVD players.

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