I’m really excited to see Reeder 3 go live tonight in the App Store. Shawn Blanc and Ben Brooks wrote great reviews of it. I just set it up on my iPhone to sync with my Fever install. No more Google Reader. Pretty slick update to an already great app.
The Argument for 3G MacBooks. I’m wholeheartedly in agreement here. My 11″ MacBook Air is, in most ways, the ideal computer. Persistent web access with 3G built in would cover the last remaining hole in its features.
Effectively Instapaper has found a way to keep its users engaged with the site’s main purpose, reading, while offering users ways of keeping tabs other readers. It’s like getting a peek at someone else’s bookcase, without them knowing that you peeked. Imagine what would happen… Continue reading →
The Cable Internet Racket. Or, how not to provide customer service and why monopolies are bad.
You Can’t Replace Email if You Require Email. Interesting post from Ben Brooks about how Twitter and Facebook are attempting to replace email even as both services rely mightily upon email to work.
Ben Brooks has written two great posts about Apple’s plan to take 30% of subscription revenues sold through its App Store. In the first one he notes: Apple is giving you an out from customer service. If someone needs to unsubscribe or has issues with their… Continue reading →