As someone working on enterprise software — I get why launching a new cloud service is REALLY hard, even for Apple.
I usually don’t believe that I have a choice when offered light, medium, and dark roasted brewed coffee… at an airport.
A golden axiom to follow when doing anything; especially when shipping software. #dockercon http://t.co/ZsBikpxcue
Love @angelscup. Really fun experience and the coffee selection is fantastic.
Ah — and it seems the toolchain is becoming stronger for podcasting as well: podclear.com
We are truly in a golden age of podcasting if a show can be sold out with zero insight into who the guest is.
On average, a breach against a corporate network is occurring over a 200+ day span of time — the hackers are doing recon. #CIOExchange
The average cybercriminal is 35 years old and likely involved with organized crime. #CIOexchange
The impact of Moore’s law from a crime perspective? Decades ago: a guy with a gun. Today: 100 million people at the same time. #CIOExchange
Narco’s have built their own private cell phone networks to commit drug crimes. #CIOExchange
Weather is one of the most important factors of enterprise IT. Those that can gain insights from weather data gain advantage. #CIOExchange
40% of 8th graders will take on a career that is not known today — software requires new technical skills in companies. #CIOExchange
Security systems should act less like walls around a castle and more like an immune system — vulnerabilities are inevitable. #CIOexchange
Anyone else finding Austin AT&T service to be completely useless lately?
So if I buy a bag of your coffee… You get to hire interns to work you? What a concept! http://t.co/u90IFdeCXG
Did we already talk about this? Because I really hate this. http://t.co/7DeiV1t382
Content providers are making poor advertising decisions, turning the mobile web into a cesspool: tarun.info/prototype/2015…
I’ve always hoped for an app that plays music based on pace… cool to see context driven experiences like this: theverge.com/2015/5/20/8630…
Well designed package tracking page: http://t.co/3KGLeSFtNF
If the product isn’t to your liking but you feel like you are in the demo, then give good feedback instead of money.
People who buy inferior products in the name of wanting “competition to succeed” are in fact hurting that cause.
Sport today is at such a high standard… http://t.co/bxwaXXdQ5t
Now, fitbit could be working on new stuff that warrants the IPO but today’s Fitbit doesn’t seem compelling outside looking in.
Fitbit is the best activity tracker on the market. But, like the flip phone, doesn’t have a place in the next five years.
IBM Verse is now available on the App Store (for Notes users): itunes.apple.com/us/app/ibm-ver…
Coffee really benefits from rest after roast. 24-48 hours or so at minimum.
The new Ruby blend at @CaffeMedici is superb. Definite grapefruit coming through, but then some chocolate as well.
The disaster at Blue Bell is a reminder to never rest when you are on the top. Sad to hear about it but negligence leads to future failure.
Getting some work done out of @IBMWatson building today. http://t.co/q7dI0eUvlW
I’ve got @amazon prime now available in our zipcode, but I have no idea what to get.
Excited to try @angelscup — the “Netflix” á lá (DVD Subscription) for coffee.
Interesting that Ahrendts calls alleviate “waiting in line” at Apple stores, which traditionally impacts hype. businessinsider.com/angela-ahrendt…
Sounds like Apple Watch succeeds at being the best smart watch (not saying much), but, worse, being an OK timepiece.
Marketing like this is what separates companies from the rest of the competition. @dominos http://t.co/2SzGMoU2Tj
Seeing a lot of parodies of the dash button, which simultaneously undermines and supports the product from Amazon.
Probably the most in-depth side quests I’ve ever played in a game. Great deep dive into Shangri-La in Far Cry 4: polygon.com/features/2015/…
$4500 is steep but it is a good price for the quality you get here: coffeegeek.com/proreviews/fir…
Why is this a separate app? flip.it/MNLiN
I’m really surprised by the amount of support from Apple on “Becoming Steve Jobs.” Seems clear they want to erase “Steve Jobs” from memory.
OH at Whole Foods … one out of countryman to another looking at the ready to bake pizzas: “You see? _everything_ is bigger in Texas.”
The new trackpad is so bizarre. It feels identical to a click. Then you turn the computer off and the magic is gone.
Dark side of the Design: shittyuiuxanalogies.tumblr.com/post/113866603…
I can imagine the resale market for the Edition to be 30-40% off retail when 2.0 is released. Maybe even more.
The first QR code that was compelling enough to tweet about. http://t.co/3A8hAbuDcw
Apple will sell two million units in the first weekend. They are launching in quite a few countries on day one, including China. There are over 300 million iPhones in active use, with a healthy ecosystem of apps supporting the device on day one. The Watch will enjoy a sort of honeymoon period, but the […]Read more »
The Apple Watch Edition could go as high as $17k — store.apple.com/us/buy-watch/a…
The 42mm Apple Watch (steel) is in the same ballpark as their latest Macbook.
Looks like the new Apple font on those MBA keys.
Half of the comments here are from news reporters wanting to use the pic and interview him: twitter.com/steveblaze98/s…