I’m really pleased to share this interview with talented iPhone photographer Erik Hageman. Whether he’s shooting landscapes and nature, or architecture and urban environments, Erik always demonstrates an excellent eye for light and composition. In this interview you’ll learn more about Erik and how he creates such wonderful photos with his iPhone. Tell us a …
In 2010, Google tried an experiment — not with self-driving cars, or goofy eyeglasses, but with smartphone freedom. For the introduction of the very first Nexus phone — its showcase Android device — it attempted a disruptive business model.
How to Use Your iPad Pro as a Second Display with Your Mac video
If you have an iPad Pro and a Mac you have the perfect setup for a dual display system. You'll need to buy the Duet Display app to make the magic happen, and the setup is pretty easy. Watch The Mac Observer'
What's next for Apple in 2016: a focus on HomeKit, Apple Pay & Maps ecosystems
In 2015, Apple dramatically enhanced its ability to make money, and at the same time incrementally dismantled the profit engines of its competitors, leaving them even weaker for their next match in 2016. But Apple has several weaknesses related to the core strength of its existing ecosystems that it needs to address over the coming year if it wants to retain and enhance its brand of excellence that drives sales of its premium, profitable hardware.
CocoaLove focuses on talks which don’t deprecate as soon as you leave. In 2015, Allen gave this talk. Allen spoke about the similarities between indie programmers and artists/musicians. Thanks to advances our tools and the community it's never been an easier time to get into programming, but that leads to a highly competitive hit-driven economy very similar to music, where it can be hard to get noticed. Sometimes we need to focus on our side projects not for the potential economic gains, but the creative outlet they provide.
You’ve been there. You’re sitting in a meeting and your boss, a product manager, or an executive is talking about Q2 goals. They’re laying out a roadmap of the features that are going to be “coming down the pike”. All of a sudden you see it.
Top 4 Challenges in Marketing for Startups and How to Overcome Them
Founding a startup is a lot like jumping off a cliff and building an airplane on the way down. It takes equal parts enthusiasm, balls and whole lot of faith that you'll survive to tell the tale. You've got your idea in place and you've even written out a business plan that you'll never use, but now you're faced with getting this thing in front of people. Enter marketing. Marketing a startup is a whole different animal than marketing a traditional business or corporation.