Invent or re-purpose- recorded future
May 4, 2010
With such a premium being placed on the innovation and inventing the new and never before seen, it sometimes pays to take a look at how what currently exists can be re-shaped or re-formed to create a new use.
A fantastic example of this is Recorded Future, a company that uses some smart search tools to provide a glimpse into the future. It’s not rocket science, but it’s a smart thought about how data can be parsed to create new value.
Here’s their story.
The interesting thing is that you can’t access Recorded Future without a subscription which currently retails for $149/month.
How’s that Chris Anderson? It looks like some companies are trying to breakout of the “free” model.
Somehow it’s not surprising to discover that Google is an investor in the company
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