I’ve bought my first Kindle back in 2011, during my internship in San Francisco. I knew I wanted to get back into reading and the advances of eInk as well as the convenience of being to carry hundreds of books in such a small device made it incredibly attractive for me. I’ve been really happy … Continue reading Renewing my Kindle
A few months ago, I was browsing Reddit and Tumblr when I saw a comic book kept popping up repeatedly: “Sunstone”. The name somehow stayed in the back of my mind (as someone for whom English is not my native language, I had never heard of the word sunstone before.) Until last week, when Comixology … Continue reading Let’s talk about Sunstone
How’s that for “New York values”, Senator Cruz? I haven’t yet had time to look at what happened during the latest democratic debate, but this video put a smile on my face. A great way to start the weekend. http://media.mtvnservices.com/embed/mgid:arc:video:comedycentral.com:52cf7d72-5097-43cc-9988-06cb0dff01a4 The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore Get More: The Nightly Show Full Episodes,The Nightly Show … Continue reading The Bernie Mic Drop
Over the weekend, I’ve worked on my first mix. Enjoy!
In this post, I’d like to discuss some simple ways to improve the way you can support your users. Although we are a software company, these tips will apply to any domain where you have to deal with clients and customers on a regular basis. In a world where a single individual can reach just … Continue reading Customer Support is Marketing
Today Mr Steven Paul Jobs died at the age of 56. While the circumstances of his death should only be important to his friends and family and not to the journalists relaying the information, there are a lot of things to be said about this incredible man. There are no words to describe the impact … Continue reading Steve Jobs: restrospective and acknowledgements