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@David Repas Agree - Apps are the new Widgets kind of like the Internet is the new CD ROM.
2 years, 4 months ago on Why the Smartest People in the Valley Were All Dead Wrong about Widgets
I was at WidgetCON in 2007 in NYC, which was pretty much the Woodstock of the Widget movement. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1FNVnimpg4
@bravadowaffle Well said - this is the theory that scares me the most...
2 years, 4 months ago on Why aren't we smarter?
@ganeumann @AndresBlank I would definitely say that curing disease and increasing birth rates and life expectancy are definitely signs of being "smarter." But it seems like a lot of those lifts came in the last century, and we may have ironically peaked and are declining during the explosion in technology and information access.
2 years, 5 months ago on Why aren't we smarter?
@AndresBlank I think of it more along lines of things like graduation rates, our standing in the world in education, and general perception of whether we seem smarter or not. If you told America in the 1950's that the future wasn't flying cars but that everyone would have all the world's information at their fingertips, and a computer in their pocket, etc. - don't you think they'd expect to see more results and benefits from that? @ganeumann
@tomloverro I saw that too and didn't think about the irony - you're right. I do think there's a good chance that Apple will do the right thing and take a leadership role in cleaning it up.
2 years, 9 months ago on Apple's little problem
@L1AD I would agree with that - I think it covers food for sure but also several more levels, as do a number of the other companies. Thanks, Chris
2 years, 9 months ago on Maslow and FRC's Hierarchy of Needs
@Alex Wagenheim@bhalliburton I'm about 40 hours into Omnifocus and quite impressed. thanks very much for the tip BH.
2 years, 9 months ago on Hitting the Email Wall
@bhalliburton I'll check that out - thanks!
2 years, 10 months ago on Hitting the Email Wall
Yep I saw that - smart move on their part for sure. I wear it all day but use it mostly to wake up and track sleep, and I'm keeping mine.... @buzz411
2 years, 10 months ago on Jawbone Up
@AAinslie I think that quote came from @nealmohan so maybe he can add his thoughts here. I'm not sure - it's a big number even at half that.
3 years ago on Advertising, Lookin' Good
@dherman76 agree - bridging the online/offline gap is the next big thing - in TV and elsewhere. It's starting to happen.
3 years ago on Online Advertising - Don't Stop Believin'
testing out comments, will be looking for feedback from @joshk
3 years, 1 month ago on Is the ad business growing or not?
I'm trying out livefyre on my own blog @sigalow
3 years, 1 month ago on Thoughts on Labor Day