Clay Shirky, talking to Nick Bilton about the topic of internet commenters.
It’s similar to the problem with online reviews — people are far more likely to leave a review if they’re pissed off about something. If they’re happy, they probably recommend it to a friend and just keep on living life.
The new Kindle Fire now has a live, on-device tech support feature called “Mayday”, which features 1-way video (you see them; they can’t see you) and screensharing with whiteboard features so the tech can draw around & point to the things they want you to adjust. So keep those pajamas on, people.
Facebook, the Mother of the hamburger menu for mobiles ditches the hamburger menu for “More”.
"At its heart, Robot Turtles is a game about bossing around adults. Just like programming is about bossing around computers."
I’ve always hoped that desktop computers would get to this level of LEGO-like plug & play, but since the phone is the desktop computing of the future, moving the idea to phones makes sense.
I just don’t want blocks falling off while I’m trying to take it out of my pocket, is all.