Reading all those discussions about the updates to Instagram and how people are turning disillusioned with the app, I began thinking: what would an ideal anti-Instagram service look like? Let’s look at the most common complaints and try to find an alternative. Some of them are specific to the way Instagram works right now, some are true about any social network.
I think the lack of sideloading has been a tremendous advantage for iOS and Apple’s ecosystem overall. I also think Apple should open it up.
One of my most controversial opinions is that online ads are actually great for the society and the public narrative shifting to paid subscription software, services and content might prevent a lot of people from accessing them in the first place.
The product that will dethrone Google Search won’t be a search engine. Instead of links it will provide you with answers.
Outliners are a very curious category of software products that have been mostly used by a small number of geeks but recently captured more attention with the launch of Roam Research.
Superhuman with its premium pricing of $30 per month expand the Overton windows for apps pricing and has already enabled higher (and more sustainable prices) for fresh apps.