|—||President Barack Obama, after noting that in Estonia, people can access children’s grades and health records online. (via officialssay)|
A few weeks back we had a bunch of friends over for an outdoor dinner. The weather forecast said: perfect.
I’m the DJ in our house (although I feel my title is under attack these days).
Option 1: fire up songza on the sonos, choose the “right” activity, hit play and be done.
Option 2: create…
it makes me so happy to see KD get this award. i hope he can will the Thunder past the Clippers
A great idea shouldn’t have to wait for you to get back to a particular device. An impromptu call with a customer shouldn’t be delayed because you don’t have the right data on hand. Life moves too fast to put limits on where and how you work. Just as the best camera is the one you have with you, sometimes the right device is the one closest at hand. Simply put, our vision is to deliver the best cloud-connected experience on every device.
A few buzzwords aside, this is a great post. Clear and fairly concise. It seems like he gets it.
The NSA “is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” (Washington Post)
Join us in protesting the National Security Agency’s wide-ranging invasion of privacy.
Steve Ballmer, 2007:
Right now we’re selling millions and millions and millions of phones a year. Apple is selling zero phones a year.
Steve Ballmer, a few months later:
It’s sort of a funny question. Would I trade 96% of the market for 4% of the market? (Laughter.) I want to have…
The single toughest thing I battle with in building any product is fighting feature creep. Especially when I’m doing my own thing.
As I dig into coding my latest and greatest thing, I notice all sorts of spots where I could throw in something extra and interesting. But if I give in to every one…
Great Advice Beware of Feature creep,