It’s a weird situation. Continue reading Making apps is fun, but flipping burgers pays better
In a recent update we made to a customer’s software system, a bug was discovered, which led to a discussion about (a) why the bug wasn’t caught during testing and (b) why we charge them to fix the bug.
Given our business model, this is a discussion that occurs from time to time, and so I decided to capture our viewpoint in the form of an article I can refer to as needed.
Over on Rantbox, I posted a note about 9to5mac killing their full RSS feed, in the same way that TUAW did a while back—which, for me, marked the beginning of TUAW’s decline.
Today I received an email from Nate Westheimer, founder of the Picturelife service I use to store, manage and enjoy my photos and videos, announcing that the service had been acquired by StreamNation.