My Life Offline: "I felt not just happy, but firmly happy — solid, is the best way I can put it. I felt like I was in control of my life instead of the other way around, like its challenges just bounced off me as I kept doing what I wanted. Normally I feel buffeted by events, a thousand tiny distractions nagging at the back of my head at all times. Offline, I felt in control of my own destiny. I felt, yes, serene."
Design in the Open, "a community of practice for design & user experience people in Open Source"
The Pushbutton Web: "where any site or application can deliver realtime messages to a web-scale audience, using free and open technologies at low cost and without relying on any single company like Twitter or Facebook"
Ricardo Semler won't take control: "If you open up everything, including the company’s books and board meetings, you’ll find that the employees are honest, responsible people."
Stats on iPhones - interesting to see the breakdown of both hardware and software versions out there. I'm surprised we're not hearing more people point out the obvious: iPhone hasn't avoided fragmentation, just managed it... thus far;