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Blast From The Past

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Following the cues of friends Shawn Blanc, Marco Arment, and Neven Mrgan, among others, I’m digging in to the Red Sweater Blog archives to find some older posts that I think are worth reading, if you missed them the first time around. I love the idea of highlighting things that others have written, but since […]

Fall Conferences

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

After the announcement earlier this year that C4 was cancelled, I had a hard time getting too excited about conferences. My feelings about Apple’s WWDC are ambivalent: it’s an impressive production and a great opportunity to meet up with dozens or hundreds of colleagues, but it’s expensive and simply lacks the heart of smaller conferences. […]

Flexing His Power

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Brent Simmons makes the case for power of software as a more admirable quality than flexibility: It may go against the grain a little bit, but I’ll say it: I’m incredibly excited for the future of Mac software. I don’t expect we’ll make software that looks and feels like iOS apps (we shouldn’t), but I […]

Say Yes

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Derek Sivers captures the human side of business and just about everything else on his life-lessony blog. His latest, My Loss, reminds us that even successful entrepreneurs have gone through the wringer more than once, and have made their share of mistakes. I especially like the “moral” of this latest post: Say “no” where you […]