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Aditya Banerjee

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  • Apple is a bit like the weather: it doesn’t work by other peoples’ timetables. It just does stuff when it’s ready.
  • In Google’s case, it’s pretty much no rhythm; stuff just bursts out when someone hits a button. Microsoft moves in a lockstep. And Apple fiddles with it until it’s done.

I quit smoking 30 yrs ago. Not soon enough. I have COPD. Grandpa says, quit now!! LLAP
14 Feb 14

The laughter from 6-7 years ago died out pretty quick, and now Windows Phone is the Mac equivalent of (smart)phones

Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch responds to Apple's attack on Flash for the #ipad: http://bit.ly/cnSTN7 As I said in http://bit.ly/1GvnUd it's web war

The difference between experience and knowledge in one image: http://t.co/WdgEQZHxV2
23 Jan 14

Number 5: "The period at the end of Primo Levi's The Periodic Table" is my personal favourite.

  • As an object, it’s more like a nice wallet or watch. In terms of industrial design, it’s an artifact from a future where gadgets don’t need to scream their sophistication–a future where technology has progressed to the point that it doesn’t need to look like technology.
  • As we see in the film, though, the greatest asset of AI might be that it doesn’t have one fixed personality. Instead, its ability to figure out what a person needs at a given moment emerges as the killer app.
23 Jan 14

Taking a trip down the Apple doomsayer memory lane. The pieces from the pre-iPhone era make for particularly interesting reading including naysayers for Apple Stores and the crowd favourite Macs.
Also, note the dozen times Rob Enderle has been quoted over the years - not a quitter for sure.
Incidentally, the first quote (at the very bottom) comes from Steve Jobs himself, way back in 1995.

  • Google will probably run the most popular online store, but there will be thousands.
  • This will happen quickly because mobile phones are being turned over about every year.
  • The era of the all-in-one hardware and software solution has been gone for at least the last ten years, even though Apple hasn’t quite caught on yet.

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23 Jan 14

Some they did when they thought the time was right, and some they didn't. Plus, a bonus mention of Microsoft at the end.

  • I’ll repeat: It took a news app only 11 days to “beat” every other story the Times published in 2013. It’s staggering.
  • I can’t help but compare “How Y’all” to “The Scientific 7-Minute Workout,” a straight health article that was the paper’s sixth most-popular article. Other developers wound up converting the article into an HTML or iOS app you can use on your phone; I now use those apps everyday and the ad revenue created by them doesn’t go to the Times.
  • It’s hard not to conclude that not turning the article into an app was a missed opportunity for the Gray Lady. 
22 Jan 14

The most important idea being the ability to store key facts & figures related to any news item so that it can be easily parsed later to gather insights.

22 Jan 14

A space to watch, especially if Apple gets into healthcare devices through iWatch or whatever device they plan next.

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