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Mikael Eriksson Björling

About digital transformation, design, creativity and lifestyle in the Networked Society.

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Converging Technology – Diverging Families

10 Year ago, we (Fredrik Öhrfelt, Mikael E Björling, Erik Kruse) submitted a paper "Converging Technology - Diverging Families" to ESOMAR. The paper was nominated to the ESOMAR award ”best research paper of the year”. The research we did 2006... Continue Reading →

When it comes to smartphones, we’re all different

It’s no longer just the early adopters who are driving the growth of smartphone and mobile internet usage. Now we’re all doing it! More and more people around the world have smartphones and we are expanding the way we use... Continue Reading →

Unga vill ha ett privatliv på jobbet

Intervju med mig i Computer Sweden om ” Unga vill ha ett privatliv på jobbet” http://computersweden.idg.se/2.2683/1.506450/unga-vill-ha-ett-privatliv-pa-jobbet

ATEA Boot Camp 2013

24 maj var jag och talade på ATEA Boot Camp i Tylösand. Kul och inspirerande! Här är en intervju med mig på plats i ATEA:s studio. Mikael Eriksson Björling, expert consumer behavior, Ericsson from Atea Sverige on Vimeo.

Föreläsning på ATEA Boot Camp

I slutet på maj kommer jag föreläsa på temat "Nätverksamhället – om uppkopplade individer och en förändrad värld" Vilka är trenderna som formar det framväxande nätverkssamhället? Hur kommer företag och organisationer påverkas? Vilka möjligheter erbjuder det nya nätverkssamhället?

Cloud content extends device life

You might love your devices, your smartphone, tablet, TV or laptop. But it’s no longer the love to the device itself that is that strongest love. As the services we are using become networked, the cloud becomes our love. Services... Continue Reading →

Is bigger always better? Evolving TV and video-consumption habits

The way we watch TV is evolving continuously. About 10 years ago, it was all about the size of your TV screen at home. While the bigger the better still applies in the living room, in the past two or... Continue Reading →

Social life of the young – same needs, different tools

When I was young, dating – or at least trying to date – consisted of slipping a note into a girl’s locker, or shuffling nervously towards her to ask her out with my friends offering humiliating support in the background.... Continue Reading →

Socializing leads to satisfaction

In my previous post, I wrote that commuting is the biggest source of stress and frustration for people living in cities, according to a new Ericsson ConsumerLab report, City Life. So what makes city residents feel at ease? Social networking. Those who... Continue Reading →

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