I simply do not have the emotional, psychological, and physical bandwidth to manage Twitter. I take everything at face value and I take everything really personally. It’s just how I am and Twitter is unhealthy for someone like me. I’ve been coping with Twitter for years and it’s time to pull the plug.Twitter: Goodbye, I…Continue Reading
I love the Jetpack WordPress plugin from Automatic. This one plugin does many things that require multiple plugins including traffic analysis, enhanced security and speed boosts. Using the one plugin reduces the amount of code running on my site. It also means I only have one plugin to update instead of many. Jetpack has a…Continue Reading
So don’t tweet. It’s not worth the risk. Don’t make phone calls. You’re being recorded. Don’t send emails. Sooner or later, we’ll all be reading them. Don’t take naked selfies, because some freak will find a way into your phone and share your photos in the seediest corners of the Internet. And the rest of…Continue Reading
There is no doubt that free can lead to huge user bases and massive adoption. In the face of venture capital or existing cash stores, the siren call of free often sounds like a low-risk bet on future profits. In practice, free is a costly mistake that businesses and small developers should avoid, and users should run away from like the plague.
parislemon: Google now asks you to enter your credit card as part of the Gmail signup flow. Bold. twitter.com/rmatei/status/… — Robert Cezar Matei (@rmatei) February 22, 2012 This is going to go over well. Wow! I guess Apple has 100 million credit cards and Google wants some of that?Continue Reading