What does the word “phone” mean in this day and age?
Want disco lights? Squids might be on your path to dance club heaven.
Is the decade-long trend in e, i, and x naming based on a deeper trend in how the world is coming together?
Users are gaining a “me at the center” expectation, but publishers have a “we at the center” world view. Can the wrenching changes be made? David Worlock worries maybe not.
The iPad is a superb design realization of the tablet computer. But that still leaves the question: “What is it?”
The iPad moves electronic reading to a multi-function device, marking the end of proprietary interfaces controlling commerce for e-reading.
The new Nook is over-packaged, and has design and technical issues that keep it from competing well with the Kindle. Too bad.
Manipulating online rating systems may be more common than you think. Journals promoting highly-downloaded and rated articles should take note.
Small, cheap and democratic. Is the bazaar model of software production the next killer ap?