“Filmmaker and Timothy Dalton-lookalike Adam Lisagor joins the show to discuss Apple’s tumultuous introduction of Final Cut Pro X and License to Kill.” —
How to write a lead 101.
“So if you’re Microsoft in 1999, you bake it into Windows. If you’re Google in 2011, you bake it into search. All you do is make your core product heavier. The thing you wanted to kill doesn’t go anywhere. It hardly notices what you did. The users might care to the extent that they’re annoyed. The thing that makes Facebook great is that it incubated in the market with real users. It was made by real users. It was formed by actual use. One day at a time, one feature at a time, in public, every home run visible, and every mis-step. Products like the one Google just announced are hatched at off-sites at resorts near Monterey or in the Sierra, and were designed to meet the needs of the corporation that created it. A huge scared angry corporation.” —Scripting News: Google Yawn
Red light social networking
- Two teenagers: Yo, faggot.
- Sox: What?
- Teenagers: I called you a faggot.
- Sox: I see. Want a medal for that?
- Teenagers: You look like a fucking faggot on your bike.
- Sox: I see. You two enjoy sitting together in the backseat like that?
- Teenager: Fuck you.
- Sox: You wish.
“The next generation of innovation on the Web will be anchored by a browser that is an honest broker committed to the interests of the individual user and developer, providing amazing experiences that match those offered by proprietary platforms; and user control and developer reach and freedom that is superior to proprietary platforms. As Firefox has transformed the browser landscape before, it must do so again.” —Firefox/VisionStatement - MozillaWiki