I was in a drunken fog when I first visited Hopfelds in Austin, TX. I couldn’t for the life of me remember where my friends had taken me.
I really dig watches. I have since I was a kid and my dad bought me my first watch. It was a Mickey Mouse watch and I wore it every day for years.
I wonder if today’s kids can read an analog watch. I see fewer and fewer young people … Read the rest
There has been a lot of hoopla about the new iPhone 5’s radio and how it won’t do simultaneous data and voice calls on Verizon and Sprint.
For Jon Gruber this isn’t an issue:
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This is unfortunate, but it’s not going to keep me from switching to Verizon with my
Early Reports indicate that App.net is not generating very much user engagement. In fact, most of their 10,000 daily posts come from about 250 users, a far shot from Twitter’s 150 million users and 350 million tweets.
Dalton Caldwell built App.net on the idea that a developer ecosystem on a … Read the rest
By JEREMY | Published: SEPTEMBER 2, 2011
Much has been written about the possible SEO impacts of A/B testing, for the most part, the following criticisms or A/B testing SEO risks have been largely debunked:
- Duplicate content
- Lost link equity
- Page load speed
But there is one factor
Founders have been buzzing all week about the hoopla created by President Obama’s visit to Reddit. The event not only created maelstrom of traffic, but spurred a lot of discussion on scale strategies for handling such traffic. Its hard not to get sucked into the conversation but keep it academic … Read the rest
I was always under the impression that I had an audiophile worthy setup especially considering that I’ve spent upwards of $300 on headphones like Beats by Dre or Skull Candy. I was wrong and this is why you should care.
Audiophiles are an exclusive group of ultra geeks who run … Read the rest
I got suckered into a Hacker News piece titled “Rejection” about a kid afraid to jump off the diving board. After some embarrassment he reluctantly does, but the author questions why the world didn’t congratulate him on his attempt. Instead girls watching giggle, the kid’s mom smiles and … Read the rest
Last week I raged about how App.net would never reach critical mass because the service only addresses developer pains and that just isn’t good enough to sustain growth.
Square is completely disrupting the payment space and their most recent announcement of fixed pricing appeals directly to small businesses with point of sale systems who stand to save $300 a month. A closer look paints the picture of a pretty solid deal, but not for everybody.
For over 60 … Read the rest