I have been following cooking videos to learn new dishes recently. A lot them are overwhelming and not easy for a beginner at all. I watch them and immediately think it is just a lot of work and I wouldn't be able to do it. One day I was watching a video of a dish I prepare regularly that I learned from my mom. Half way through the video, I felt that the tutorial was making the dish unnecessarily complex. The version I learned from my
Startups try to do this. Companies wish they could do this. But it eludes almost everyone. When you get so good at marketing that it no longer feels like marketing. Seeing the recent successful launch of Hey, it is clear that the people at Basecamp, David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) and Jason Fried mostly, are excellent at this. Sure, it is only popular among the people who follow tech. Yes, it may never get mass adoption. But that's not the goal for them. The fact that they
Twitter is amazing but it has too much clutter. I built a distraction free, minimal twitter app for web - plaintweet.
I know I sound like no one blogs anymore these days when I say good old days of blogging.But there is just no sense of community.
Options often disguise themselves as problems. What we fail to realize sometimes is that, they are good problems to have.