Cook is clearly a different person than Jobs, with different skills, and different motivations. That’s wonderful news for Apple; while a company can reinvent itself around new products and new categories, and continue to thrive,1 I believe culture is the sort of pie that can only be baked once. — stratēchery by Ben Thompson | Tim Cook is a Great CEO
Hurry Up With My Damn Fromage. - Impatient Kanye
Light beats, bad lyrics
Labelled Rapper Producer
Maybe they were right
Welcome to the new New York spring.
1900: Victory Arch at Madison Square, with the Flatiron Building in the background
bryan.io: iRadio -
Apple’s supposedly imminent Pandora competitor sounds horribly uninteresting to me. I listen to music almost exclusively through Rdio nowadays; although I have a ton of music in iTunes, I have no interest in switching back and forth between two separate libraries. I’d be far more interested if…
Agreed. This feels like a misstep on Apple’s part. It feels like an awkward step into irrelevance. Tech hipster says: Streaming radio was so 3 years ago!
Over the past few weeks, I’ve picked up Go. I think it’s safe to say that I have an unheathly infatuation with it — like if Go was coke and I was Lindsay Lo— wait, no. That’s a bad example. Nevermind.
In any case, some background on Go:
I could describe how and why it’s awesome but many have already done so. Plus, I might still write my own post about it.
Trying to learn a new language is usually kind of confusing because you’re not really sure where to start so here’s my list of resources that helped me learn and deploy a production app in less than a week:
the early morning tai chi ladies have taken to using the bikes in the racks as stationary exercise bikes- they just peddle backwards. It’s adorable. — Kevin Prentiss in the comments section of Fred’s love for Citibikes (via msg)