Daily life

Oct 29

Business Models for Free Software

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The announcement that deservedly got the most attention at the Oct 22 Apple event was Apple dropping the price of their consumer software to zero. iOS was already free, but now the free list includes Mac OS X, iWork (spreadsheet, word processing, presentations), and iLife (photo editing, video editing, music editing). The New York Times incorrectly framed this as “Apple Targets Microsoft Office With Free Apps”. The correct frame comes from the always interesting Ben Thompson. In particular his two posts done prior to the event: “Open Source Apps" and "What Clayton Christensen Got Wrong.”

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Oct 28

Security Shouldn’t Trump Privacy – But I’m Afraid It Will -

Security Shouldn’t Trump Privacy – But I’m Afraid It Will http://t.co/acuz7I4BeH

Oct 27

iPad mini For Content Creation -

iPad mini for content creation, by @viticci http://t.co/ZhdAi3RKUH (discuss: http://t.co/EFSrPyMRTL)

Oct 26

http://vrge.co/17QyCpC

Why It's Impossible to Just Eat Less | The Outside Fitness Center | OutsideOnline.com

Why It's Impossible to Just Eat Less | The Outside Fitness Center | OutsideOnline.com

Puerto Rico: Greece in the Caribbean | The Economist

Puerto Rico: Greece in the Caribbean | The Economist

Oct 25

The Seed of Apple's Innovation

Oct 19

The mysterious failure of Apple's iPhone 5c -

This man always gives and honest assessment!