Monthly Archives: August 2012

Case Lacking Context

Nick Wingfield, in this piece for the New York Times regarding Samsung’s loss as a potential negative impact of innovation. Reviewers have praised Windows Phone for its fresh, distinctive design, with bold typography and a tile system for using phone functions. But the phones, including the Lumia 900 from Nokia, have not sold well. A […]

You gave Chinese Democracy a try, why not Instapaper?

Josh Lehman recently pointed out that buying apps is nothing like buying coffee and thinks that we should all put that analogy to rest. Aside from having seen many a co-worker skip over perfectly good free coffee for the nearest Starbucks, I tend to agree. Coffee is about a very consistent and tangible experience. For […]