If only Sony, Nintendo have thought in the old days that a phone could become the next portable game console…!!
But those that manage to capture the imagination, make sales and grow are doing it by perfecting the things that matter and ignoring the rest.
What does it matter to you right now? What do you want?
Facebook’s greatest weapon and power is it’s people-community. The investors can – should understand that!
When users sign into Facebook, those familiar 10 blue links are still there. But Bing’s new sidebar connects searchers to friends that may have specific insight into their queries. If those friends have “liked” a Thai restaurant in Noe Valley or they posted photos from a recent trip to New York, they’ll pop up in related searches in the sidebar under the heading “Friends Who Might Know.
Great idea kai and a great feature that I will start exploring when the new Bing search is available wordwide (US always first!). Bing has a lot of way ahead of it but Microsoft seems to do the right things..
This is the guy who created Instagram and the acquisition from Facebook made him very rich but mainly very successful. This article is about the latest and how small steps stack one to the other. Like the “dots” of Steve Jobs’s commencement speech at Stanford. Enjoy!
Outside the box or whatever else you might call it. Find your frame and start to paint outside of it!
Startups are hard, but they can also go from difficult to great incredibly quickly. You just need to survive long enough and keep going so you can create your 52nd game.
Read the whole post! Small and great!
Hello! This Sunday 18.03.2012 I’ll be playing with Flower In The Pocket Band at Irish Bar in Thessaloniki. You can see the map of the place below:
The acquisition brings Posterous’ engineers, product managers and other employees into the flock with plans for them to work “on several key initiatives that will make Twitter even better.”
Posterous Spaces will remain up and running without disruption, and the company promises to “give users ample notice” if any changes are on the horizon.
BIG DEAL! “Do you think this will be twitter’s answer to longer tweets?” (like tumblr does) a commenter of the article asks, so do am I. Will there gonna be any big changes? Will they gonna be good for their users?? We’ll have to wait and see and I, myself, am quite eager to learn more about this acquisition because this site you are reading is a Posterous site… 😀