New Gmail got me thinking [https://medium.com/product-design/c356a2b806e2]: > Alongside archive/ action, now there’s a third, lower maintenance option: scan the subject lines. They say decreasing decision fatigue helps you concentrate on the things that matter — and I think the new Gmail represents a step in that direction.
From my latest on Medium: [https://medium.com/the-world-according-to-glass/a848536efc15] > Smartphones rose to power because they took a device you always had with you and crammed it full of extra value. These portable computers used the ‘phone’ concept as a trojan horse at just the right time of mobile data,
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about how Google is no longer the company it used to be – for example this ridiculous article [http://marketingland.com/once-deemed-evil-google-now-embraces-paid-inclusion-13138] by Danny Sullivan on paid inclusion last month.* From its search page design [http://www.davidmihm.com/blog/google/world/] to
[http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4066/4523721970_14b5e66f2f_o.png]What have I Foundy?Google’s little secret I’m not going to lie to you, I don’t have much more to ask here than the question: What is Google Findy? I stumbled upon it during a recent search