Musings on industry, markets, and life in general.
Not only killing it. Grabbing it by the throat and drowning it in the bathtub, killing it. It is leaving a terrible mess behind that will keep users from coming back to your site and/or content for days, weeks – or, however long it takes them to block the bad experience from their minds. The
From what I have been able to find, this phrase is attributed to city planning in Scotland, in the early 20th century. To be honest, other than from a political sense, I have not put much thought into what it really means. With the take-off of the consumer Internet in the 90s, and the rush
2015 was another banner year in the Tech industry. The push toward commercialization of the self-driving car continued full-speed ahead, Apple released their first watch, and Google is now a company under the umbrella of Alphabet, Inc. On top of that, Windows 10 arrived on the scene and Facebook continued doing what Facebook does. Big