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The question that Twitter's CEO asks at every product meeting

Twitter has received a generous share of criticism lately. Its stock crashed after a disappointing Q1 earnings report. Early investor and fervent Twitter-cheerleader Chris Sacca posted on his blog that he's prepared to start writing more critically about the company. Show More Summary

Samsung is reportedly developing a crazy phone with two screens that you might be able to fold in half

Samsung is reportedly developing a new phone that will have two screens, according to blog Sam Mobile, which has a solid track record for reporting leaked information about upcoming Samsung products. The phone is being called Project Valley internally, or Project V, the report says. Show More Summary

547th Friday Blog Roundup

I’ve been following the iOS9 leaks with great interest because my phone — a phone I have no intention of replacing despite its age — is the oldest product supported by the current OS. Will my phone be pushed into extinction by this new update? Maybe, says some pessimistic sources. They’re downright gleeful over the […]

Follow Our Google I/O 2015 Keynote Live Blog May 28 At 9:30 AM PT

Google’s I/O developer conference for 2015 kicks off tomorrow, with a keynote that begins at 9:30 AM PT. Google typically uses this to make big, splashy announcements about its software platforms and products, and to go into additional detail about what the changes mean to developers especially. Show More Summary

7 AdWords Alternatives That Failed, Except For One

You know all those blog posts about increasing AdWords conversion rates 572%, getting on Product Hunt 4 times in one day, and securing VC funding by hiring a sign spinner? This isn’t one of them. I had hopes of writing one, but what we did instead was a freaking mess. Well, almost. As a newborn […]

Coming to a Comic Book Store Near You: Hillary Clinton

The Times's ArtsBeat blog reports that Bluewater Productions is set to release the “Hillary Clinton: The Road to the White House” comic book.

Why Depression Is A Form Of Productivity

I have a bit of an issue.  I have a little bit of an obsession with productivity and getting things done. While the focus of this blog is to help people overcome their mental illness and depression, I also believe that taking the time to understand how we can fail or promote productivity in our lives […]

UX Lessons Learned from Android’s Top Mobile Games

Every Tuesday, UserTesting’s Research Team studies a different product to share here on the blog. We hope you’ll learn some nifty research techniques and get inspired to run some insightful tests of your own. Enjoy, and check back in next … Read More

Facebook’s Atlas: Relevant Ads with a Focus on Privacy

How exactly does Facebook’s Atlas ad platform work on the consumer side, and what steps has Facebook taken to ensure users’ privacy? Product marketing manager Sarah Rotman Epps addressed those topics in a post on the Atlas blog. She wrote: Imagine you’re on your phone, scrolling through a favorite application, when serendipity strikes. Show More Summary

Tesla Storage Ambitions Date Back To 2007? Old Blog Post Removed From Tesla’s Website Years Ago Raises Interesting Questions

Exactly how far back do Tesla’s commercial energy storage ambitions date? An interesting question. Considering the seemingly common-sense “symbiosis” of electric vehicle production operations and commercial battery storage operations, one would probably think that the idea has been in the minds of Tesla’s executives for quite some time. Show More Summary

What Unholy Torments Does Jamie xx Deserve for His Song Theft? A Blog Investigation

On May 20 2015, Jamie XX, Young Thug, and Popcaan released the song of the summer: "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)." It had everything you could ever want for a mammoth pop song; very chill production, a fun and upbeat attitude, and killer rhymes by Thug. Show More Summary

Ultra Street Fighter 4 on PS4 supports PS3 fight sticks

The PlayStation 4 version of Ultra Street Fighter 4 supports PS3 fight sticks, Sony has announced. In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Gio Corsi, director of third-party production at Sony Computer Entertainment America, said it had included...Show More Summary

‘Content is not equal’ and other thoughts on productivity

The Buttry Diary On Tuesday, Steve Buttry, director of student media at Louisiana State University, wrote about “digital productivity expectations” on his blog, The Buttry Diary. Buttry includes several tips on how editors and reporters should think about their time and what they create. Show More Summary

Southern Tier Grand Arbor

The post, Southern Tier Grand Arbor, first appeared on The Barley Blog. It’s been about a year and a half since I last reviewed a Southern Tier product. I know that I’ve enjoyed many of their brews over that time, but to not take notes on a new one!? That’s just not right. Show More Summary

Mobile Checkout: What Works and What Doesn’t?

Every Tuesday, UserTesting’s Research Team studies a different product to share here on the blog. We hope you’ll learn some nifty research techniques and get inspired to run some insightful tests of your own. Enjoy, and check back in next … Read More

A Tale Of Two Graphs - Why Bubble Finance Will Fail

Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, On Friday the BLS reported, among other things, that full-time employment in April had dropped by 252,000 from the prior month and that the weekly earnings of production workers had risen by the grand sum of 67 cents (0.1%) before inflation and taxes. Show More Summary

Make Your Storytelling Content Worth Sharing

Storytelling is the most powerful messaging tool available to us. It doesn’t matter if that story comes from blog articles, video, podcasting, or other channels. Nothing can convey the heart and soul of brand, product or personal essence like a solid story that can be retold (shared) with contemporary social tools. Show More Summary

The Brewer’s Art Birdhouse

The post, The Brewer’s Art Birdhouse, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Ever since running across a scant few cans of The Brewer’s Art Resurrection Ale a while ago, I’ve started seeing more and more of their products appearing on shelves. Show More Summary

What He Said.

Metropolitan Opera production photo Over at SF Civic Center, SF Mike has a blog post called Why You Should Buy a Ticket to The Trojans. I'm here to tell you that he is right. If you are reading this blog and you can possibly get to one of the six performances coming up at San Francisco Opera, just buy a ticket. Show More Summary

To Everything There Is A Season

You’ve seen the books. You’ve read the blog posts. “Just ship”. “Create the minimum viable product.” “Be agile!” “Ready, Fire, Aim!” Ship! Flip! Twist! Pivot! It’s exhausting, isn’t it? The constant GO GO GO. It’s like a freaking Jane Fonda video. Are you allowed to wait? When I was a kid, around 11 or 12, […]

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