Face ID & Advertising

I really want an iPhone X. But I also really want to hold onto the $1,000 I would spend on an iPhone X. Ah, conundrums. In order satiate that desire — for now — I’ve resorted to reading reviews of the iPhone X. Yesterday, I read John Gruber’s review on Daring Fireball. Writing about Face … Continue reading Face ID & Advertising

Snapchat Stories

This morning, I read up on Snapchat’s dismal earnings — their first report as a public company. They lost $2.2 billion, with more than one-third of that amount spent on R&D — a testament to the fact that the company knows that there is no such thing as a technological moat, not with Facebook snapping at its heels, and so … Continue reading Snapchat Stories

4,000 Miles

The other day, I left the house and went on an invigorating ten-mile run. I log my runs pretty religiously – usually on MapMyRun, though that day I happened to use Strava – and have kept a close watch on my mileage since I started seriously running in 2013. And so I know with certainty that … Continue reading 4,000 Miles

Email Blast from the Past

The Wall Street Journal reported the other day that news email subscription TheSkimm is rolling out a paid premium service. For some industries – mainly tech, politics, and news – the emergence of the email newsletter as the product has proved successful, with brands like CB Insights, Mattermark, and others using newsletters as either the crux of their product … Continue reading Email Blast from the Past