Monthly Archives: June 2008

The 2003 BillG email

I don't know why this email is getting so much attention.  Well, the best reason I've heard is simply that if BillG was concerned that much about user experience, why isn't MSFT perfect 5 years later. It's a fair criticism, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

POV: Traces of the Trade

Wow, I watched almost all of the premiere POV episode called Traces of the Trade last night.  I'd recommend it to anyone.  This documentary is about the De Wolf family of Rhode Island, and interviews the contemporary ancestors of this family … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | 2 Comments

McCain & “The Google”

Recently, there's been much ado about McCain not "getting" the internets.  Well, I bet he doesn't.  And, that's a biiiig problem.  (BTW, I try not to hit up the politics much on my blog, but this one matters, IMHO.)  The … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Did Digg have first mover advantage?

Now that reddit has open sourced their platform, I'm wondering what contributed to their success or relative lack thereof.  Looking at the contributing factors for Digg's success, the primary one that stands out is that they were able to harness … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Did Digg have first mover advantage?

Now that reddit has open sourced their platform, I'm wondering what contributed to their success or relative lack thereof.  Looking at the contributing factors for Digg's success, the primary one that stands out is that they were able to harness … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Did Digg have first mover advantage?

Now that reddit has open sourced their platform, I'm wondering what contributed to their success or relative lack thereof.  Looking at the contributing factors for Digg's success, the primary one that stands out is that they were able to harness … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment