Rather than spend time trying to buy an airline ticket I don’t want, I’ll clean out the inbox with a few links gathering dust.
This weekend, I saw the $1 image stabilizer in action, and Rich got some great pictures of the kids. Pretty sharp!
Last year, I saw the Windows Vista packaging in person (not since, oddly). Yes, you need instructions, which says so much, in all the wrong ways. Moving on…
Yes, I too read and enjoyed Kevin Kelly’s essay on better than free.
A good friend in high school had an Apple IIc, and he even kept it going through college. Rare to see an unboxing of a now-ancient computer.
I’ve used DabbleDB and Wufoo, and I like them both. But they better keep running quickly when Google starts offering a subset of their feature set in Google Docs & Spreadsheets. I haven’t used the Google stuff, but…
Haven’t read The Economics of Online Backup yet, but I will.
In the same vein, I haven’t watched this video about marketing yet, but I will.
Oh, if you’ve wondered about the domain name Pencoyd, here’s some of the story.
What is the humble approach to product design? Pay attention. Notice which things are working and which aren’t. Experiment and iterate. Question your assumptions. Remember that you are wrong about a lot of things. Watch for the signals. Lose your technical and design snobbery. Whatever works, works.