Wow. Easter Week.
I had to take a break to sort out my thinking about him.
There are critical things I could write about him. Instead, I will confess that I watched him many times and sometimes even looked forward to it.
He was a creative thinker and he appealed to me.
Rest in peace.
Previously here and elsewhere:
I Began To Wonder
The Long Tail Of Value
When One Thousand Means Over Fifty Thousand
Another screensnap from my two minutes of spy footage.
The countdown actually stopped for me today.
But first …
iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch
An early version of the software served you information in a timeline, flowing chronologically from top to bottom. That idea never made it off campus; the ideas that will ship on April 24 are focused on streamlining the time it takes a user to figure out whether something is worth paying attention to.
So what I thought was “insanely revolutionary” about the upcoming Pebble Time UI never made it out of Apple’s design labs.
Pebble Time: Insanely Revolutionary
ZOL has published an article offering ten tips for using features of the Nokia N1 [Google Translate].
Maybe some of these will already be known to veteran Android users.
But since there’s interest in this tablet, I thought it’d be worthwhile to at least offer a link for future reference.
Note that some of these might change with updates to Android from either Google or Nokia.
Prior Nokia N1 posts