How might adapting stories help you notice your writing defaults and cliches?
There’s a common founder myth (read “cliche”) that goes something like this: > “From a young age, I found myself fascinated by how things worked. Once I took the TV apart to see how the little people got inside. Just like Steve Jobs, this is why I think the back
My thoughts on Econsultancy: > Furthermore, because Twitter Cards can be based on existing metadata of websites, they can be simply generated at scale. For example, Amazon can immediately translate any product listing into an accompanying Card. At that stage, what’s to stop you making a page of the cards,
By me at Wired: > The idea would take a key element of Apple’s heritage and sidestep the assumption that a wearable device has to rely on your sense of sight or touch. Apple has an opportunity to recall one of the strongest motifs of its iPod days and put