There was a time when I hated standing in line at the grocery store. Like you probably do, I’d walk back and forth a few times, carefully evaluating the speed of each cashier, the length of each line, and the number of items in each shopper’s cart—letting each factor inform my decision before committing to
If there’s a single online startup that has everyone talking, that would be Pinterest. In the last five or six months, the newly-chic social network of the moment has exploded in popularity, and is even beginning to revolutionize web design. The visually-driven platform looks nothing like social networks we’ve seen to-date, and may be even
I’m not usually one for New Year’s resolutions. I normally enjoy enough guilt, shame and disappointment without setting myself up for more. And, if I’ve made resolutions in years past, I’d seldom remember them when springtime rolled around. I’ve got several aversions to resolutions, actually. As it turns out, I’m not really a goal-oriented person.
After Facebook redesigned the site in 2009, the company polled users on their opinions of the changes. 96 percent of respondents—over a million members, at that time—hated the new look. They simply couldn’t stand it. Team Zuckerberg stayed the course, though, because they understood the way these things work. When you change something as popular