Six Reasons Why iOS 13 and Catalina Are So Buggy ( @TidBITS )

Vía uno de los muy sabios integrantes (nro tech) de la lista de correo Lista de Soluciones Planeta Mac, una interesante entrada, en inglés, sobre cómo gestiona Apple sus bugs. Es tan interesante, que me parece que merece más estar en este blog que mantengo sobre cuestiones más profesionales, que en el que mantengo sobre [...]

Disney’s secret sauce

“Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things. Because we’re curious. And curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt E. Disney Origen: CB insights newsletter – Disney's secret sauce   Curiosity wins Here’s the winning quote. “Around here, however, [...]

World Intellectual Property report 2019 released ( by @WIPO ) 

This year’s report focuses on “The Geography of Innovation: Local Hotspots, Global Networks”. Origen: World Intellectual Property Report 2019   Drawing on millions of patent and scientific publication records spanning over five decades, this year’s edition of the report offers new insights on: The geography and interconnectivity of innovation in the 21st century How the [...]

Why Your Gmail Inbox Should Be Your To-Do List (by @zapier)

I've tested lots of to-do apps over the years, but nothing has outperformed my inbox. Origen: Why Your Gmail Inbox Should Be Your To-Do List Why Your Email Inbox Makes a Great To-Do List Create labels to sort your to-do items into the right categories How to create labels and sublabels in Gmail Create filters [...]

The future of artificial intelligence depends on designing computers that can think and explore as resourcefully as babies do.

a very interesting article by @WSJ Origin: The Ultimate Learning Machines Why are quintessentially geeky places like DARPA and Google suddenly interested in talking about something as profoundly ungeeky as babies? It turns out that understanding babies and young children may be one key to ensuring that the current “AI spring” continues… … With a [...]

Empathy-Driven Development by @AndreaGoulet via @FirstRound

Following the interesting Andrea Goulet article about technical debt, First Round brings another surprising and indeed very interesting interview with Andrea Goulet. Origen: Empathy-Driven Development: How Engineers Can Tap into This Critical Skill | First Round Review FIRST, DISPEL THESE EMPATHY MYTHS Myth #1: Empathy is just a feeling. “And it definitely involves feelings. However, that conceptualization [...]

Every company is bound by its capabilities…

…but the best companies re-shape these bounds because they are defined by priorities. Origen: The iPhone is the most successful product of all time (by @asymco) | appletalk:entremaqueros Excerpts on "innovation drivers", taken from Horace Dediu's blog post (about Apple) "The pivot". …no business is good if it is static. What makes a business great [...]

Cuando el diseño sale por la puerta, el desastre de producto entra por la ventana

When design goes through the door, product failure comes in through the window. Product innovation is one way that large corporations stay competitive in a rapidly changing marketplace, but it doesn’t always work out when big brands attempt innovation. Below are what we consider to be 132 of the biggest product flops of all time. [...]

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