Illiteracy is the inability to read and write. Though the percent of sufferers has halved in the last 35 years, currently 15% of the world has this affliction. Innumeracy is the inability to apply simple numerical concepts.
Last week I said goodbye to Microsoft. This week I say hello to Microsoft 2.0. But before we look at where I think Microsoft is headed, let’s take a quick look at where they’re coming from. The further back you look, the further forward you can see. ~ Winston Churchill
By making words physically beautiful – through the elegance of the script and the soothing texture and proportions of the paper – a Zen scroll becomes a piece of decoration that helps wisdom become a part of us.
Carousel, a new gallery app released today by Dropbox, aims at providing an integrated solution for all photos and videos stored in a Dropbox account, unifying them in a single interface that automatically sorts files by time and location.
I often worry about coming across as a smart arse, sniping at organisational life from the sidelines. It’s easy for me, I work for myself. I have a degree of agency that many would envy. But I remember.
With the rise of digital cameras and smartphone photography, we lost photo albums–the actual, physical things we relied on to hold our memories. In their place, we have the photo apps that come preinstalled on our smartphones. It definitely seems like a bit of a downgrade.
Stop calling yourselves “creatives”. I recently read about a mother who is able to stretch a $14,000 annual income to feed and clothe her family. That, ladies and gentlemen, is creative. Your fucking banner ad campaign is not.
Pretty much everyone has the same common experience when they first use Twitter: bafflement. You go, you sign up, you load the account and… what? Of course, as we know from Nick Bilton’s account of the early days of Twitter, this was pretty much how the people making it felt.
Smartphones and tablets, along with apps connected to new cloud-computing platforms, are revolutionizing the workplace. We’re still early in this workplace transformation, and the tools so familiar to us will be around for quite sometime.
People are spending more time on mobile vs desktop. And more of their mobile time using apps, not the web. This is a worrisome trend for the web. Mobile is the future. What wins mobile, wins the Internet. Right now, apps are winning and the web is losing.
Presentation Transcript How not to waste time and money on social media Presentation at In-Cosmetics, April 2014 Three examples of social media madness Why have we gone mad? How to find the cure Facebook madness Conclusion Facebook is a (good) way of ‘engaging’ with 0.