Terry Heaton has a tribute to the very perceptive emerging media economist, Umair Haque, to whom you've been exposed if you're a regular reader of my blog or Terry's. He includes a bunch of not-to-miss quotes, including:
So if you wanna think radically - here’s a (really) easy way. Take the dominant business model/strategy in your market space, and use a market, network, or community to invert it…like Wikipedia, Google, Myspace, Facebook, etc.
This doesn’t mean do something superficial, like a social net for hairdryers. Rather, it means using markets, networks, and communities to shift resources and capabilities from core to edge.
Link: The PoMo Blog.
But he didn't include Umair's Making Publishing Plastic, from which comes:
Plasticity is something I talk about a lot. It means the ability to remix stuff - to let it be unbundled and rebundled. ¶ Plasticity is important because it's a new source of value creation in a world where older ones are decaying - it can lead players out of value plateaus, and to explosive productivity gains. ...
Link: Bubblegeneration Strategy Lab. It's very important to electronic media also. --Dennis