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Siri will drive my car w/ turn-by-turn directions. I will outsource short-term memory to geofenced reminders. But the best feature add, unlisted above, is finally being able to add photos within the mail compose screen.
2 years, 10 months ago on WWDC: The Key Details From Today’s Apple Event
@sarahlacy heck yes, would love one. I realize you're kidding, but I shot you an email anyways. It wouldn't be the first time I misinterpreted a female's blinking.
2 years, 10 months ago on RebelMouse Is the Social Media Aggregator We’ve All Been Waiting For
Two questions. First, are they looking to eventually charge for this service? I only ask because of the "pricing" link at the bottom that currently leads to a 404 error. Second, does pointing this out impact my position on the wait-list?
Signed up for the topic "f-ck off". Was immediately patched through to @paulcarr
2 years, 11 months ago on Mark Cuban Will Now Take Your Call (For $10k an Hour)
Silent protest? Such a missed opportunity for a wonderful hodgepodge of protest signage
2 years, 12 months ago on Etsy’s Growing Pains: 3300+ Etsy Sellers Rally to Protest the Site’s Policing Process
As a media junkie, I feel like big media is finally turning the corner on digital. Some of my favorite follows on Twitter are journalists from Reuters, Bloomberg, The Atlantic, and NYTimes just posted 3 jobs they're seeking to fill as they expand their 'social media' team. This is all anecdotal, but I feel like for all the Sky News-likecompanies doing it wrong, there are NYTimes-like companies starting to do digital right. I also agree that this need not be a Jedi vs. Sith lord battle for the good of mankind. As my generation ages, more and more of us becoming taxpayers, I think there will be a growing audience that can be captured by both.
3 years ago on It’s Time to Stop Talking About the Death of Big Media
After reading the headline, I was actually relieved to find out these are not indeed native apps. I agree that this is an interesting idea for small businesses in this form. I think providing quick-native- app-creation would be annoying for users w/ the gluttony of cookie-cutter apps already in the app store and also forces companies that do want a native app to actually invest time/thought into mobile development.
3 years ago on Fan Page Mobilizer Turns Your Facebook Fan Page Into a Solid Mobile Web App For $5 (Or Free)
Agree that this is a great idea for older photos, but I can already my mother worrying about shipping our 'prized memories' to a service like ScanCafe. With our parents' generation being a bit less trusting/tech savvy, wouldn't it make sense for a company like ScanCafe (or even 1000memories) to partner with a company like FedEx Kinko's? Mom will still worry about potential for loss/damage, but at least it's a brand she knows with a physical store she can raise a ruckus in.
3 years ago on 1000memories Launches Shoeboxes, Photo Storage, and Collaboration
@nathanielmott How is Upstate NY not covered by the Canadian rural broadband program?
3 years ago on On Writing from the Boonies
Wouldn't be here without my father's incubator
3 years ago on io/LA: Not Your Father’s Incubator, Now Open in Hollywood
Sarah - curious what you meant in regards to "it's turning people into the..advantage writers have" at the 32:40 mark? I took it to mean that the writer's advantage over the subjects is one of the attention NOT being on them, therefore always making the story about the subject rather than the writer?
3 years ago on Why Isn’t This News: Back In The Habit
There's got to be a threshold(and potential API tie-in) between the duration of a Pair-relationship and going 'Facebook public' with your relationship. For example, 1 month in a Pair relationship --> change in status on FB to "In a Relationship". Either that or a threshold of thumbkisses..
3 years ago on Pair, the ‘Path for Couples’ Hit 50k Users in Four Days