The OG MacBooks.
Disconnected thoughts for highly-connected times.
LinkedIn has reached 200 million members. I assume that includes the 200 million people who forgot they have an account.— Tim Siedell (@badbanana) February 8, 2013
Somebody should build something awesome on it, and create something cool from it. Since gmail, there was no big email innovation.
To take it further, maximization as a concept just isn’t interesting to me. I don’t care about maximization. Not maximization of profit, revenue, people, reach, productivity, etc. Not interesting.
Steve O’hear for TechCrunch:
When your product idea turns into a meme, you’re probably doing something right. I’m referring, of course, to Bang With Friends. It’s the controversial Facebook app that lets you privately nominate those in your Friends network you want to hook up with and alerts you if they feel the same way. This in turn gave rise to Bang With Professionals, a site that takes the same concept and applies it to LinkedIn.
And, not to be er, left out in the cold, today sees Google+ get the Bang With Friends treatment with the appropriately named Bang With Nobody.
"So the longer a technology lives, the longer it can be expected to live."
Nassim N. Taleb in an interesting opinion piece for Wired entitled, The Surprising Truth: Technology Is Aging in Reverse. (via parislemon)
Don’t use the technology for the sake of using the technology. Use it for the sake of creating something awesome.