Archive for February, 2012
Feb. 29, ‘12: Telling the truth! Also: Some photos of Google’s amazing Android booth, and a geek’s dream for the Motorola deal.
Feb. 28, ‘12: If you recall, the last time TWC tried to do this a couple of years ago, it was a disaster. So, this is important: The plan is optional, designed to save light users some money, and Time Warner Cable promises … Continue reading →
Feb. 28, ‘12: It has already passed its funding goal, so the show will go on. But if you didn’t read the amazing gifts for the $150-$7,500 donation categories, you’re missing out.
Feb. 28, ‘12: I pulled together some charts and analysis for RWW. In short: The Mac is still a very strong business, and it’s not going to be merged into the iPad or iOS. Perhaps the worst thing the Mac has going for it these … Continue reading →
Feb. 26, ‘12: I’m in Barcelona this week for Mobile World Congress. I’ll be posting my longer, more thoughtful pieces on ReadWriteWeb, and linking to them here. I’ll also be posting short, less thoughtful ideas on my personal @FromeDome Twitter account. If you’re … Continue reading →
Feb. 24, ‘12: I am pumped to be part of this campaign promoting entrepreneurship, led by General Assembly, the education-center-slash-cool-office-space in NYC. You can check out my short video here, or many more here, including Mario Batali, Mike Bloomberg, David Kelley from IDEO, etc. … Continue reading →
Feb. 24, ‘12: I spent a few wonderful days last month in Berlin, meeting with startups, collecting stickers, and doing a little semi-sketchy urban exploration. Here’s my feature story for ReadWriteWeb.
Feb. 24, ‘12: Nina Mehta is a designer at Twilio in San Francisco. (She was recommended for this series by Khoi Vinh.) Follow her on Twitter at @ninamehta. 1) What have you been making lately? Form has been a driving force for what I’ve … Continue reading →
Feb. 23, ‘12: In case you missed the craziness this week, Microsoft appears to be making some Office apps for the iPad. Or maybe it’s not. Or whatever. MG Siegler has a good wrapup of the nonsense here. Office for the iPad makes … Continue reading →