Great article by Jason Brennan, reflecting on how overlooked the stylus is as interaction tool and input device, with insightful contributions from various developers.
Talking Points Memo has decided to pull its contents from aggregators like Flipboard, but I don’t understand why point the finger at Flipboard in particular.
In a sense, feedback is a bit like a currency in today’s online world. And just like currency, its value changes according to where you go.
In which I share a couple of observations after reading Tail Wagging, a great piece by Matt Gemmell.
I, too, have stopped obsessing over numbers and statistics over time. It’s good for one’s self-esteem.
I wholeheartedly agree with everything Joe Cieplinski says in this article, which is truly a must-read.
Jeff Jarvis has a point: some fears about Google Glass are premature and excessive, but the impact the device can have on interpersonal dynamics is a delicate issue that shouldn’t be underestimated either.
A great article by Harry C. Marks on Macgasm, saving me a lot of the work to explain why an Apple smartwatch isn’t such a smart idea after all.
This historical and unique institution will have to vacate its current site in a rather short time, and needs funding.
During 2012, I stumbled upon some great writing and fascinating websites. I’d like to mention the new voices that were added to my RSS feeds.