Twitter for Mac – some alternatives

Reading Time: 2 minutes Twitter’s desktop client on the Mac has been pulled from the app store and won’t be supported any more. It is time to look for an alternative.  What you should choose depends on how you use Twitter, I’ve tried to outline what I consider are the best native Mac apps for Twitter. The alternative that … Read moreTwitter for Mac – some alternatives

Oprah time: The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google by Scott Galloway

Reading Time: < 1 minute Author of The Four; Galloway is known as the founder of L2 and as a perceptive commentator on the digital economy (well as perceptive as anyone is with a bank of researchers behind them). He admits freely in his book that his fame was due to years of effort, advertising spend, researchers, script writers, video … Read moreOprah time: The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google by Scott Galloway

ICYMI | 万一你错过了| 당신이 그것을 놓친 경우

Reading Time: 3 minutes I love Connie Chan’s blog posts and presentations. In this talk she covers how Asian applications manage to squeeze so much more features into their apps than their western equivalent to provide a fuller eco-system of services that she terms super-apps. Interesting couple of articles on the user behaviour associated voice command enabled speakers – … Read moreICYMI | 万一你错过了| 당신이 그것을 놓친 경우

Apple Special Event and Security

Reading Time: 2 minutes Apple’s facial recognition has spurred a number of discussions about the privacy trade-offs in the iPhone X. Experts Weigh Pros, Cons of FaceID Authentication in iPhone X | Dark Reading – One concern about FaceID is in its current implementation, only one face can be used per device, says Pepijn Bruienne, senior R&D engineer at … Read moreApple Special Event and Security

eSports: interview with Brandon Beck of Riot Games

Reading Time: < 1 minute The rise of eSports – Beck is the co-founder of Riot Games (best known for League of Legends) on the rise and what eSports’ future looks like. Interesting that Riot are trying to give players a better base to build their careers, but how long is their professional life, when do they burn out?