“Look at the apps on your phone right now. Are you sure you are comfortable with what’s going to happen when everyone’s running the same apps that you are?”
Making direct democracy even more direct-er.
Why I stopped writing at fancy new computers and bought an elementary-school reject.
I could restore my entire music collection, but it doesn’t seem worth it.
What does it mean when our memories are divided into the pre- and post-digital age?
Finding new ways to read and publish blogs.
By killing Reader, Google is missing an opportunity to bring more people inside the Google+ environment.
Over the last couple of days I’ve seen two posts from people whose opinions I respect indicating that putting files in the cloud would soon be a thing of the past. First, Fred Wilson: “I was in DJ Woooo’s Dance/Electro Turntable room last week. I heard a remix track that was super fun. I hit […]
I’m posting this as a follow-up to the @hotmail.com debate. I’m doing it because I think there are a lot of people who may not realize there are implications of who your email provider is beyond functionality and perception. There’s also the matter of ownership. When your email address ends in a domain owned by […]
What does your email address say about you?
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