I spent many hours in the mall in Columbia, Maryland, this weekend, trying to buy a pair of prescription eyeglasses. I started with the Oakley store, where I picked out the frames I wanted. I had actually decided from your web site which frames I wanted, but the Oakley store didn’t carry those frames in the color I wanted – they said their selection was very limited because they didn’t sell the prescription frames very well. I soon found out why.
Back in January of this year I finally signed up for Brennan Dunn’s DYFC Masterclass. I say finally because I had it in my mind to do so, for several years now, ever since my colleague Joel Hooks gave an overwhelming testimonial for it. When I signed up, I got DYFR for free, along with a ton of other resources. All of the resources I received have been phenomenal. But that has just been the icing on the cake. The real benefit, I think has been Read More
When I was driving back and forth every week from Maryland to Atlanta I would listen to a slew of podcasts and audio books. Most of the podcasts were related to iOS, a platform I’m quite passionate about. Read More
I previously posted a couple of times what podcasts I was listening to. Back then, I was driving up and down the East coast every weekend between Maryland and Atlanta, so I had a lot of time to listen. Now, my commute time is much less, thankfully. That also means I spend less time listening to podcasts and audiobooks, and that time has a much more result-oriented focus. Read More
so microsoft’s strategy has been, ‘one OS for ALL devices’
Apple’s strategy is, ‘one, seamless, continuous experience across ALL devices’.
It might sound like a subtle difference at first glance, but it’s a universe of a difference. Microsoft demands the user make the same OS work no matter what device you’re on, so we find folks griping about a touch interface on a non-touchscreen device etc.
The Apple user might start writing an email on his/her iPhone, then sit down at a computer and finish it there – the half composed email is magically there. The UX fits the device, and there is continuity of the task itself.