My friend Josh has a great post on the fit that's necessary between product and marketing.
Archive for the 'Computing' Category
Introducing Pop, the animation engine behind Paper (Facebook) BASIC turns 50 (50!) The Origin of Smalltalk’s Select, Reject, and Inject The absurdity of LinkedIn Our 1Password Watchtower service is now looking out for you, right in 1Password for Mac Burying the URL
Friendly reminder: you can go to http://www.google.com/settings/ads/ to opt out of a lot of Google Ads tracking. I kept seeing ad after ad for HostGator (enough that I will now strongly not consider using HostGator for anything), and quickly opted out to clear those from my computer. In general I don't mind ad tracking. I'd […]
This is about the simplest - and one of the best - explanations available: xkcd: Heartbleed Explanation.
Michael Tsai with a short list of Funniest Software Bugs. The first is quite good…
I'll admit it. My previous 1Password Master Password was one of convenience. It was between 3 and 10 letters long, and contained few special characters. But… my new password follows some of the guidelines set forth in Toward Better Master Passwords. Thanks. I suppose I can tolerate being annoyed a little bit more for exponentially […]
http://pastebin.com/9M1KvZzD There's the traceroute. Ho hum.
According to Paul Thurrott, anyway: This is not open to debate, is not part of some cute imaginary world where everyone's opinion is equally valid or whatever. Windows 8 is a disaster. Period. While some Windows backers took a wait-and-see approach and openly criticized me for being honest about this, I had found out from […]
No thanks. I use it for the free shipping, but don't use any of the other features. I've watched Alpha House via the streaming service, but that's about it. Free shipping is pretty slow, though. And they may play tricks with it… What else is there, really? Seriously.
How I Lost My $50,000 Twitter Username — Medium Why someone would pay $50k for "@N" is beyond me, though.
I never liked Quark, but I respected the position it held in the industry. But now, it is no more: As the big dog of desktop publishing in the '80s and '90s, QuarkXPress was synonymous with professional publishing. In fact, it was publishing. But its hurried and steady decline is one of the greatest business […]
Microsoft's dystopian pitch for remote work by David of 37signals Microsoft is launching a new marketing campaign for Office 365 that celebrates working during your kid's recitals, on vacation, and while enjoying the appetizer at a restaurant. All this under the guise of "balance" between work and life. Yes, it's horrible. Didn't Microsoft run a […]
Twitter is branching out with custom timelines. It'll be interesting to see how this is used and/or how it's abused.
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Lex tells you how to use different DNS servers for specific domains.