Why knowingly breaking standards may be the way forward.
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With limited resources, should you develop for Android, iOS, or the mobile web first?
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Some companies pretend to be open. Introducing the concept of Fauxpenness, a definition, and some examples from current companies.
A product long rumored and whose very existence was long denied by Google itself finally launched: the Google browser, aka. Google Chrome. There are a number of things that are good and a few that leaves one scratching his head but ultimately, it is very clear that Google is working very hard to ensure that [...]
Looking at the efforts Dave Winer is undertaking in terms of getting OPML to become yet another standard, I’ve been thinking about how formats get adopted. The key insight I came up with is that standards are actually a form of social contract and increasingly, data formats is following the same path. Looking at the [...]
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal claims that there is a level of conflict of interest for bloggers who have advised FON and are writing about it. While the Journal’s story, in itself, is probably more of a tempest in a tea cup, I do believe that it raises some interesting issues in [...]
A few minutes ago, I learned that Yahoo! acquired WebJay, a site that allows for categorization, editing, listening, and sharing of playlists online (In a way, it can easily be compared to del.icio.us for multimedia.) WebJay was created in early 2004 as a way to create the internet equivalent of mix tapes. Lucas Gonze, the [...]