Sen Marco Rubio, the (gulp) new voice of the GOP.
Mathew Ingram published an excellent overview of the photo sharing war being waged between Twitter and Instagram/Facebook.
One thing overlooked that is extremely important, however, is monetization. Everyone I know on IG (where I too have a moderately large network with little overlap on other services) is very nervous about Facebook’s future monetization strategy for Instagram. (Will there be ads? Will they drive me crazy?)
Check out the #igaintfb tag on Instagram for a taste of how happy Instagram users are with the Facebook deal.
The beauty of Flickr is there’s no mystery around monetization. A pro account is very affordable, and the service is rock solid. It’s my hope that Flickr schools both Twitter and Instagram on how an open API ecosystem really works.
We are excited to roll out our new & improved “Screw YOU!” Program. This means we’re raising prices to offset our new taxes. We know you’ll be as thrilled as we are to shoulder this burden so that we don’t have to.
As an added bonus, we have also unveiled our improved “Screw You Too!” Program for our employees. To offset our new taxes, we’re giving all our (remaining and joyful!) employees a pay cut with a bow on it.
We’re so pleased with these new programs that we might take a modest raise for thinking to put them in place.
As always, our customers and employees come first!
Listen all of y’all, it’s a sabotage!
I was asked to provide a copy of my “Lessons from the Failure of SOAP” slides, which once resided on Apple’s iWork.com Beta.
I’ve started a page to archive my slides, and links out to them where appropriate. I haven’t done many talks lately, but I’ll add some old slides here as I find them on my hard drive.
To those of you who’ve asked, thank you!
Yes, I’m an old school #PHP dude. Carried these printouts w/me everywhere in the late ’90s.