…is a meme I suspect I’ll be tracking. I don’t know where I first heard the phrase, probably from Blackbelt, but I suspect we’ll all be coming to grips with it more and more in the next few years. The blog The Quantified Self seems to be getting at aspects of it.
It’s a little hard to discern (because of a bug in display of popularity ranking), but my slidecast, The Experience is the Product, is the most popular slidecast on Slideshare, with, as of this post, 90040 views. | View | Upload your own The second most popular slidecast, Kamasutra (NSFW), has 85489 views. What’s strangest [...]
Tomorrow is Super Tuesday, and I’ve decided I’m voting for Barack. He and Hillary are nearly identical on matters of policy, but there’s an important distinction when it comes to tone and approach. The poisonous behavior of the Bush administration has sparked an anger and anxiety in the national psyche that is perhaps unparalleled in [...]
I’ve been intrigued by the discussion, in the media, on blogs, and on mailing lists I’m on, about Microsoft’s move to acquire Yahoo! The initial reaction from most folks is a knee-jerk negative — folks basically don’t like Microsoft, and so they don’t like the idea of Microsoft acquiring Yahoo!. Today’s SF Chronicle continues the [...]
Some of the the most crucial elements in successful product and service design are the dynamics of the team that is working together. Sadly, I hadn’t been seriously thinking about it when we were writing our forthcoming book, Subject to Change (pre-order today!), but maybe the following is fodder for the second edition? Team dynamics [...]
Given all the hoopla at the start of the latest season of The Wire, I thought I’d give it a go–the writers’ strike is definitely encouraging me to seek out new television. I’d heard about the show in all my media outlets, particularly the blogs that I read, and, somewhat surprisingly, all over public radio. [...]