The Do Not Call list has proved a huge hit with consumers. Now, a collection of privacy advocates wants the Federal Trade Commission to launch a similar Do Not Track List that will prevent behavioral advertisers from tracking online activities over time.
“The people who buy enterprise software aren’t the people who use enterprise software. That’s where the disconnect begins. And it pulls and pulls and pulls until the user experience is split from the buying experience so severely that the software vendors are building for the buyers, not the users. The experience takes a back seat to the feature list, future promises, and buzz words.”—Why Enterprise Software Sucks - (37signals)
“Williams threw out some thought balloons. How about a super simple search interface (Google), or videos limited to 10 minutes (YouTube), or a photo site limited to one photo a day (Fotolog), or a MySpace competitor limited to college students (Facebook). He also mentioned ideas such as email limited to 20 messages or a social network limited to ten friends. That sounds like a way to simplify your life…”—» Twitter: Aggressively applying constraints | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com