Month: April 2009

  • The funny thing about growth curves

    Jay Small has a smart take on the similarity of Twitter’s audience retention woes and those of local news sites: The consumer value of a social-status service like Twitter resembles the value of “news” as a service. It is incidentally important, but not always important, and never all important to any one person. The intervals […]

  • A petition worth signing

  • In praise of last year’s model

    Anil Dash of Six Apart has a funny new site with a semi-serious purpose: Last Year’s Model. Dash says with all the coverage of what’s new, soon to be in released and cutting edge, existing technologies that are less expensive and work get marginalized. I guess that’s an attention problem for gadget guys and gals. […]