So much has already been written about Apple’s WWDC and their iOS 6 announcement… and I too will pile on a couple short (and late) reactions. This one really has nothing to do with the hardware or the software… but rather the store page Apple created to showcase iOS 6. I tweeted about it last […]
I have covered Amazon’s navigational menus before (here, here, here and here). This is yet another update to Amazon’s navigational menu:
It’s a bold vision: “build the discovery engine for hte social web”… and that’s precisely what excites us about Spindle. Based in Cambridge, MA and started in Dogpatch Labs, Spindle aims to deliver actionable information and news that you wouldn’t have found otherwise… using location, real-time data and your social and interest graphs.
A very quick post to highlight the Call Elmo iPhone app because it is absolutely terrific and genius. The application essentially mocks the Facetime experience – but instead of a friend calling, Elmo calls. And once you pick up the call, your face appears in a mini-screen – just like Facetime. It’s brilliant in its […]
I spend a lot of time writing about next generation commerce… and we invest in compelling companies and models like ShoeDazzle and Wantful (as examples). For years, people have pointed towards NikeID as an example of true product customization atop a great web interface.
It’s old news that big players like Google, Facebook and Amazon have (and continue to…) tried their hand at the local / deals space. To be successful, each has to figure out how to make the crowded space and somewhat commoditized consumer experience work within their brand. Facebook, for instance, has turned Facebook Deals into […]