You don't have to learn drawing to sketch digital products
Most text editors still think the end goal is a piece of paper, and not the web.
Millions of years of human eye evolution and 39 people aged 18-50 years old, who thought they were doing one experiment, when they really were doing another. All in one small Mac app.
I made a compact power-saving browser. But that's not how it started.
Text messages are driving our lives, and we're on the back seat frantically trying to reply before the next one comes in.
Will long and complex words make you look smarter? Meet the people who think that short words will make us dumb
A stopwatch uses the clock, but what if it also used all the other sensors?
Streaming your Spotify to any number of friends and strangers, legally
Screenshots of phones should be as easy as taking a picture on a phone
The only thing better than buying a physical book is reading it digitally. Here's how to have both.
Ebooks are great, but they're hard to judge by the cover - and thickness
It's a well-established fact in the universe that there's a lot of moms out there needing help with their computer. It's also a fact that their kids are not always around the corner. But someone is. Could we fully automate tech support for moms? A mom would call our automated phone number, which would prompt her for her postal code, then send out text messages to our army of tech supporters. The first to answer the message gets the mom's phone number—and a customer. Did it work? Surprisin
If you think about your life, your partner, your friends, your job, the place your live. How many of those happened more or less randomly, bumping into the right person at the right time and place? To me, it's almost all of it. Self-help gurus will tell you to prepare your self for luck, then you will be lucky. So how do you do that? Imagine a world where you walk into a room and instantly know who everyone is, who your common friends are, what interests you share? This world already exist