Mobile

Ready for the Thumb Tribe?

If you’re building a consumer experience, I hope you’re familiar with the Thumb Tribe because that is where your future customers are. I’m sure you’ve noticed that the younger generations are heavy mobile users, but you may not be aware of how extreme it is unless you’ve looked at your users’ demographics and analytics lately. These two screenshots are from…

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Hiring Engineers for a Funded Stealth Mobile Startup

We are hiring experienced Full-stack engineers to work with our growing team at a funded stealth mobile startup in Silicon Valley. You will be helping us build and deploy mobile apps for iOS and Android devices, using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This could either be a contracting role or a full-time position, depending on your availability and desire to join an early-stage…

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Shoshin Project Video Interview with Larry Cornett: Search Should Beware of Social Media

Image of Larry Cornett - Shoshin Project interview December 2010I was in NYC last week and had the pleasure of speaking with the folks from The Shoshin Project about the current trends within the Tech industry. Specifically, we talked a lot about the impact of social media and how it could potential disrupt traditional information retrieval (i.e., Web Search). I believe that social media’s popularity and technology may push aside traditional search by helping users tame the information overload beast that the “stream” has become.

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Apple iPhone 4 Antenna Conundrum

There have been a lot of discussions over the past couple of days about an antenna issue with the new Apple iPhone 4. Mine isn’t here yet (grumble), so I have to rely on what others have been experiencing. But, apparently, if you hold the new iPhone in such a way that your hand bridges…

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