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Richard, you have a fair premise to ask the question, but I think you are losing me and perhaps many readers who are engineers and engineering managers, by being only ankle deep in your hypothesis. Always be shipping does not mean you don't test your code with a test suite before pushing to customers. It also doesn't mean you don't think about what you are building and lose creativity in the rush to push out.
Also, known issue, is a terminology to acknowledge a defect that has been shipped ...and not that they shipped it knowingly in the first place.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Amazon’s Kindle glitch and the always-be-shipping-code mentality
isn't this similar to a service called Letter.ly ?
quite a promising way forward for indie publishers to get their wares out there
1 year ago on Get ready for the age of premium micropublishing
@sarahcuda are you effectively saying that we have reached the point where the Internet has destroyed the constructs of journalism to the point where we are about to lose an entire profession? ... perhaps you are saying we are already there.
what does this mean for the future of the newsroom? ... would love you to project on that.
1 year, 1 month ago on Suddenly everyone wants New Yorker style content. Only one catch: Who is going to write it?
i think @jrlevine and the @betaworks team are going to iterate @Digg to a good place, their @newsdotme app & service is a good precedent for what they can do
1 year, 4 months ago on The Great Digg Experiment Begins Tomorrow — Will It Work?
nice and balanced post, I am cheering for Marissa and Yahoo both !
1 year, 4 months ago on Why on Earth Did Marissa Mayer Say Yes to Yahoo?
@TobinDalrymple @Tobias Tek OMG ... I totally f*ed up in not reading the last sentence there. Nice trick, but also kinda took me away from the key point you were trying to make
1 year, 7 months ago on Is GoMail the Future of Email? I Hope So
@hamishmckenzie looks like it is still broken. would you mind sharing a link in the comments ?