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  • Fear the Apple TV (in a good way) Fear the Apple TV (in a good way)

    August 13, 2012 at 12:54 pm by Jason Berry

    We know Apple is poised to release a TV integrated with some mutation of iOS mid-way thru next year.  Judging by the existing “Apple TV” product (which is sort of a stripped down iMac that you connect to your existing …

  • CEOs are generally slow, stoopid, and anti-good CEOs are generally slow, stoopid, and anti-good

    April 5, 2012 at 2:54 pm by Jason Berry

    Overblown & obnoxious opinion mode: ON. Continue at your own risk and realize it is likely that you will be offended no matter who you are. I read frequently about one-trick companies like Nokia, HP, Rim, Yahoo, and BofA that …

  • Enlightening Infographic on Page Loads Enlightening Infographic on Page Loads

    March 20, 2012 at 11:13 am by Jason Berry

    Check out this infographic. Page load speed is critical to conversions. Click to get the large version

  • Failure Meter at Code Red: Effortless User Experience Failure Meter at Code Red: Effortless User Experience

    January 30, 2012 at 2:55 pm by Jason Berry

    If your site / app / software does not have an “effortless” user experience, consider it a failure.  If it hasn’t failed yet, it will soon.  Now “effortless” is a subjective term and it’s got a lot of aliases out …

  • Who is Jobs 2.0?  Bezos, of course! Who is Jobs 2.0? Bezos, of course!

    November 25, 2011 at 4:09 pm by Jason Berry

    Steve Jobs was a really cool and important icon of our ultra-tech times. The press treated him quite favorably and not just because they all own Apple equipment, but because he made their easy job even easier. Tech reporters have …

  • Zuckerberg Wisdom Zuckerberg Wisdom

    November 2, 2011 at 10:03 am by Jason Berry

    In an interview that was widely covered on TechCrunch (and where I pulled these quotes from), Mark Zuckerberg offered some great insight into his early years in the Valley.   Say what you will about the man (I’ve never seen …

  • Netflix is a diabetic eating at MacDonalds & HP has a brain Netflix is a diabetic eating at MacDonalds & HP has a brain

    September 2, 2011 at 8:36 pm by Jason Berry

    This week, I have repeated two statements I thought I would never utter.  No, I didn’t say “hey, that’s one badass Camry you have there” — but it’s damn close. Statement 1: HP is perceptive & brilliant.  Realizing they had …

  • Entrepreneur, Thou Art Toolish, part 2 Entrepreneur, Thou Art Toolish, part 2

    August 26, 2011 at 9:08 am by Jason Berry

    Directly on the coattails of my previous post, I am ready to call out another common failure point for entrepreneurs.  Major mistake #2 is approaching your web developer / partners / bank / focus group with baseless (or undetermined) pricing. …

  • Entrepreneur, Thou Art Toolish, part 1 Entrepreneur, Thou Art Toolish, part 1

    August 25, 2011 at 3:26 am by Jason Berry

    I’m starting a new series of blog posts cataloging enormous or classic blunders that I’ve witnessed firsthand.  These are the mistakes that entrepreneurs made in their ventures that unequivocally caused a project to fail.  But this isn’t me just sitting …

  • Google Music? … prep for the RIAA and Amazon takedown Google Music? … prep for the RIAA and Amazon takedown

    May 11, 2011 at 2:05 pm by Jason Berry

    Yesterday at the Google I/O Conference, the big boys announced that they were giving the finger to the RIAA and building a music download service in the cloud.  This is pretty enormous because nobody other than a giant like all-seeing …

  • Idea: Amazon e-book streaming service Idea: Amazon e-book streaming service

    April 11, 2011 at 12:54 pm by Jason Berry

    An article in today’s ReadWriteWeb prompted me to consider the possibility that all media which we consume could follow a service model like Netflix.  What if Amazon decided to charge a monthly flat fee for a certain number of books?  …

  • Privacy Policy and Terms Of Use generator Privacy Policy and Terms Of Use generator

    March 11, 2011 at 1:51 am by Jason Berry

    One of the most mind-numbing tasks when putting together content for a site is building your Terms of Use page.  Do you shell out $500 and pay an attorney to put something together?  Do you rip off somebody else’s document …

  • Nielsen report on Android and smartphone adoption Nielsen report on Android and smartphone adoption

    March 3, 2011 at 12:55 pm by Jason Berry

    Here’s a quickie … Today, Nielsen released stats for the the mobile phone market.  From November of 2010 to January of 2011, Android represents 29% of market share with Apple and Blackberry each at 27% .  However, without time constraint, …

  • topLingo client, CubeCheck, profiled on MainStreet.com topLingo client, CubeCheck, profiled on MainStreet.com

    September 3, 2010 at 3:41 pm by Jason Berry

    A client of ours for the last year or so, CubeCheck, just got profiled on the The Street’s biz news site, MainStreet.com. Read the article here. CubeCheck is a service that allows users to rate current or former employers. I …

  • Keep In Mind, It’s Just A Blog Keep In Mind, It’s Just A Blog

    March 25, 2010 at 2:11 pm by Jason Berry

    Ok, so you’re tacking a blog onto your site to (1) quickly get breaking news about your products and company online and (2) boost SEO.  We all know that (2) is the REAL reason you’re adding that blog onto your …

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