The Huffington Post Needs to Stop Featuring Sensationally Large Headlines

As we all may have heard, the New York Times published a survey, detailing Americans’ declining faith in the Supreme Court.  The story was also picked up by the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, and a number of other papers.  And yet, the Huffington Post, as is its nature, insists on publishing obscenely large pictures … Continue reading The Huffington Post Needs to Stop Featuring Sensationally Large Headlines

On Maps and Apps

The recent war between Google and Apple over the place of maps in iOS underscores how firmly the tech world has come to favor smartphones as the ultimate convergence device.  That Apple and Google are now locked in a struggle that formerly belonged to Navteq and Tom Tom cements the fact that, by my estimation, … Continue reading On Maps and Apps