When users are buyers the user experience matters, immensely.
Last 30 seconds is flat out crazy. Rollback to front flip?
Eight fruit and vegetables (just to be sure), one glass of English wine, no binge drinking, no cigarettes, ten thousand steps, forty winks, eight hours sleep, one hour of television, a screen break every forty five minutes, no sunbeds, organic honey beer, five tomatoes to help the skin and prostate, two litres of water, plenty of beans and pulses, wholegrain cereal,friendly bacteria drinks, protein shakes, no carbohydrates after six in the evening, no caffeine, no chocolate, no added salt, no added sugar, no artificial sugar, no taste, bottlewater, filtered organic hand-milked hand-delivered milk, seeded bread, olive spread with added omega 3, oily fish extracts, olive oil for cooking, ethical tofu, fallen fruit, skewered mushrooms, basted peppers and deciduous bowels.
I am a momentary expert. I learn the rules and then I break them selectively. I speculate on speculations. I reduce, reuse and recycle: words, emotions and passions. I curate their intent and re-organise my favourites. I stream their thoughts on all available platforms. I like, I unlike, friend and unfriend. I am the internet of things, version three point nought, the semantic web. I am a free font, a torrent. Ed Catmull invented me. I am digitally rights managed. I sit behind a paywall. I am instantly available. I am always on. I have a battery life of twelve hours, fourteen when exposed to sunlight. I am available on contract or on wifi only. My downloads are unlimited. My bezel is milled from a single piece. I am freeware, shareware, hardware and software. I am oleophobic: fingerprints do not stick to me. I fail to transmit if you hold me the wrong way. I am the next version you should have waited for. You will buy me but your wife will enjoy playing with me. An Arduino board controls me remotely. I am an unmanned vehicle. I am raw and I am compressed in-camera. I am one hundred and forty characters or less: the length of a postcard. You can turn me round and use me for macro shots. I contain an implementation of the patented Lempel-Ziv-Welch logarithm. I have a full size sensor. I am the free upgrade. I am the empty platform. I am what I do.
I am hungry.
Joshua Bloch contests his lidar speeding ticket using science and common sense.
The Adobe Illustrator Story. I’m putting this here to watch later. Illustrator is my bread and butter, eight hours a day, every day.
The thing about culture is that it not only eats strategy, it washes it down with a potent mixture of selective facts and undue optimism.
Once a problem is solved, you compete by rethinking the problem, not making a slightly better version of the current solution.
If it’s all pro and no con, it’s a con.