Joe Cieplinski wrote an incredibly detailed review of the new Air Porter bag from Waterfield.
Waterfield never fails to sweat the details on design. The Air Porter is no exception. Waterfield’s usual quality is evident everywhere when I look at this bag. The stitching is clean. The materials are of quality and free from defect. You even get a nice personal note in the box from the people who made your bag. This all adds up to a customer experience that is second to none. And no matter how many times I’ve ordered products from this company, that has never failed to be the case.
I’ve always considered Waterfield to be the Apple of bag design. Over the last fifteen years or so, I’ve ordered at least a dozen products from them, and I’ve always been beyond satisfied with the bags, Waterfield’s attention to detail, and their customer service. Just a great company.
Apple may have pushed to hard this time and misjudged the line between Innovation and annoyance.
If the Touch Bar was a swing and a miss, the keyboard was a foul ball. I also loathe it (especially the symmetrical arrow keys).
This should surprise absolutely no one at this point. Again: stop using Uber.
There was a time where Twitter was a place you went to fuck around, and accidentally made friends and got smarter. It’s been years since I’ve felt smarter after being exposed to Twitter, but trust me, those days were real. They happened.
I sorely miss those days.
Looks like I might be able to give this a shot again “within the next month”. Great news.
This is welcome news. Happy to see it.
From Children’s Technology Review:
“It just might be” said Toca Boca leader Björn Jefferey, “that there is no viable business model.” Jefferey was referring specifically to the creation and distribution of high quality, paid apps, with no advertising, subscriptions or IAP (In App Purchases). Jefferey backed up his comment with references to some industry statistics and the fact that he had just spend the past 12 months looking for a new corporate home for his acclaimed studio (Toca Boca/Sago Mini is now part of Spin Master Toys).
Depressing. My kids really love some of the Sago Mini games. I had no idea that they had sold their business to a conglomerate.
How do I prevent this from happening in the future? How the hell did it happen? Turns out it’s Apple again – thinking they know better for how you want to use e-mail and calendars. Thankfully there is an option to prevent the forced invites.
My wife got one of these last night attached to one of our shared calendars. The instructions here can help you prevent them and get rid of any you’ve already received.
The study shows that Apple Pay messaging specifically helped increase mobile transactions by as much as 135%, while transactions in general were up 44.6% and overall sales up 36.5%.
I’ve been noticing an increase in the number of places that accept Apple Pay, and I use it every chance I get. Glad it’s catching on.