I was looking at the new and improved YouTube when it came to me. Check out all the new bells and whistles, the polls and the posts you can make in a tool that is more and more like a social network, and it will notify you… I just kept thinking “wow, how will users… Continue reading Notifications chaos? Across platforms, devices and the Universe. Solved!
I am in San Francisco battling jet lag, trying to sleep at the local time. But not so far away from me a group of kids is blaring out music. It is an international bunch of kids in their twenties and they are playing from their phones what they think the others will like. You… Continue reading True gamification: What Google Maps has to learn from Supercell
Everyone in the software industry knows how fickle users can be. One wants it this way, one the other. Everyone thinks that the interface or the features they need at this moment are what is most important. Almost nobody really knows everything that the software can do, yet opinions are all over the place. … Continue reading Software features the industry forgot
Few people realize how important the Google Plus “Real names”policy really is. Maybe it’s just me having spent so much energy taking advantage of Facebook’s completely chaotic structure over the past years. Sure, it ran contrary to most Facebook official policies but any business person would be an idiot not too. What? You… Continue reading How social networks are improving the whole software industry
The Business Software Alliance does a really bad job at getting accurate software piracy figures, but it doesn’t seem to curb their enthusiasm, nor everyone else’s in peddling their made up numbers!