I wrote three articles (part one, two and three) about the Apple Watch and its competitors and at the time I found myself sticking with the Apple Watch for a variety of reasons. It became clear to me that the… Read More ›
I find these thought experiments infuriating when they are used as examples of people’s “irrationality”. It’s akin to economists thinking people are irrational for preferring receiving ten dollars now vs thirty dollars a year from now. In an uncertain world,… Read More ›
Hey, I caught your podcast. Brilliantly expressed, and I’m honored that my email inspired you to think and share about the topic! Your comments gave me a new perspective also, and has me thinking, especially about the relationship of all… Read More ›
It’s like we lost all the margin in our lives, and there’s no time to be creative and enjoy the ride.
I keep thinking about what you said about how our hobby is dead – it’s what everyone uses now and is no longer a hobby. It used to be fun. You didn’t have to be a pro, you just had… Read More ›
Indeed, once one starts scratching the surface, Apple’s contribution to the development of invasive technologies and the normalisation of surveillance becomes evident. Apple created the Bluetooth beacons tracking people in shops, gyms, hotels, airports and more by connecting to their… Read More ›