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First impressions are just that, and it’s going to take time to process through all of the things Apple announced on Monday in the opening keynote of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
When I was in middle school, there was a student lounge off the main hall where we spent break time.
“If you think a competitor sucks, say so. When you do that, you'll find that others who agree with you will rally to your side. Being the anti-______ is a great way to differentiate yourself and attract followers.”
There is a newfound appetite for consumer internet products and services. People are exploring what the "new normal" means to them and what products can help them get there. From 2016-2019, it felt like we were at peak app, but today we are downloading apps again.
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There's always a crowdfunded solution -- even during a pandemic. It's often glaringly obvious the solution won't work, but that doesn't seem to matter. I wrote about the current state of crowdfunding a few weeks ago in why are so many tech crowdfunding projects such a mess?
The 2020 Iowa caucuses debacle has left the public wondering, once again, about the role of technology in political life. Is the control amassed in software platforms antithetical to democracy? Can we trust technology firms with sensitive voter records and demographic data?
If you check Apple News on June 4th, you'd find a “Spotlight” about the U.S. protests that features rights for protestors, educational resources, mental health resources for BIPOC, and a list of organizations where you can donate to support racial justice:
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