YouTube in 2012: mostly mobile?
Over the last few years, I’ve begun to get more of my “what’s going on in the world”-type news from video bloggers. Traditional journalists, swayed by the political leanings of their networks and sponsors, have continued to produce heaping bucketfuls of FAIL, in my humble opinion. So, like many of my 20-something brethren, I first turned to Jon Stewart, and then to Stephen...
There is no delight in owning anything unshared.– Seneca, Roman philosopher
Reports of the Web's death are greatly...
Jeff Croft, Chief Designerd at nGen Works had an excellent insight on the “death” of the web. The shift of the web from browser-based interactions to APIs and machine-to-machine data exchanges is one that had been on my mind a lot lately, and Jeff summarizes this important evolution succinctly below: The most important thing I learned about web design and development in 2011 is that...
Working long hours in NYC
I spent a few days this week in NYC catching up with a few startup folks I haven’t seen in a while. One team I spent time with is probably 80% engineers right now, and the CEO remarked that the office is basically empty by 7 or 8pm (with the notable exceptions of the CTO and him, of course). He spoke of a few other startups in NYC who work the same way and remarked at how different this is...
My first tumblr post
This is a test. Nothing to see here.