The Nike+ site has been Flash-free for Fuelband users for some time, but this week saw the launch of the new Nike+ site for running.
I’ve been beta-testing it for the last month or so and love the Flash-free new site. Some features from the previous site are missing right now (the Friends feature is returning later in the year) but it’s a massive improvement over the 6-year-old Flash version it replaces.
Friday June 8th, 2012
Imagine everything that is wrong about Android phones and UIs & Google privacy and then strap it to the front of your face.
on Twitter, about Google’s new Project Glass
. Cynical? Yes. But I’d by lying if I said this wasn’t one of my concerns about Project Glass.
Wednesday April 4th, 2012
If you’re an awesome iOS/Mac Developer, Server-side developer, or kick-ass User Support person, we’re hiring. All positions are full-time, in Brighton England.
Friday March 2nd, 2012
It’s iOS 5, for the Mac, and it’s shipping this summer. Macworld have a preview, and Gruber’s piece is definitely worth reading.
To say this caught me off guard would be an understatement.
Thursday February 16th, 2012
Great response from Path over the Address Book stuff yesterday. Not only is there an app update with better disclosure, they’ve also mentioned in the post that all previously-uploaded address book data has been removed.
Wednesday February 8th, 2012
Poor form on Path’s side. Some immediate thoughts:
- Given there’s no warning in iOS you’ve got to wonder who else does this.
- File those Radars if you think there should be a warning (on iOS and Mac). Judging from Ywitter this is something logged as far back as 2007 on the Mac side.
- Even if there’s no warning from iOS, I’d love to know why Path didn’t disclose this: I use the app sparingly, but in my playing with the app there’s never been any prompt on Path’s part.
Tuesday February 7th, 2012
If you’re wondering how the other tech firms that have their wares manufactured by Foxconn fare in supplier responsibility, Dave Chartier’s made a handy list of all the annual reports.
Sunday February 5th, 2012
Another terrific-sounding tech / design periodical looking for backing on Kickstarter.
Monday January 16th, 2012
The catalogue is a little dated, but for £5.99 a month I’m not going to complain - especially if it ramps out with more over the coming months.
Monday January 9th, 2012