This is universe denting philosophy. I stumbled upon this when looking into some of the inspirations behind Swift. What I found was SO much more than I was looking for...
Creators need an immediate connection to what they're creating. Creators need to be able to see what they’re doing.
This is an incredible retrospective on where the Internet has been - and where it could go if we're not careful. This is a MUST read for all technology professionals.
I saw people taking pictures, but there's a nice set of gestures and conventions in place for that. You lift your camera or phone when you want to record, and people around you can see that. All in all, it works pretty smoothly.
I realized how long it had been since I looked at a new technology with wonder, instead of an automatic feeling of dread.
Do. No. Evil.
As reported by WSJ:
In a December letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission, which was disclosed Tuesday, the search giant said that it could be serving ads and other content on “refrigerators, car dashboards, thermostats, glasses, and watches, to name just a few possibilities.”
Having a bad day? Feeling sorry for yourself? Need some motivation? Watch this. If it doesn't give you chills and pick you back up, you should probably check your pulse...
Loved this one especially:
He who says he can and he who says he can't are both usually right.
The only thing it's missing is this:
The flotsam and jetsam of a techie mind...