What is Holding Back the Smartwatch Today?
It has been almost seven years since Apple revealed the first generation of its Watch product. The company had hoped that their latest innovation, the smartwatch, was going to be just as popular and life changing as the first iPhone, but initial sales soon put a dampener on those early hopes and dreams.
But just why did the Apple Watch fail to capture the public’s imagination like its creators had hoped?
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Plausible Analytics is an open source, simple, lightweight and privacy-friendly Google Analytics alternative.
When you hear the word “web analytics” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If it’s “Google Analytics” that means that you’re smarter than the average bear.
If you’re using Google Analytics, that also means that you’re doing the analytics game all wrong.
Jump over the break to see why…
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Tempbox is an open source native macOS email client that allows you to create disposible emails to protect your personal email address from spam, bots, phishing and other forms of online abuse.
Back in 2018, we posted about 10-minute email a service that allows you to create disposable emails to protect your personal email address from spam, bots, phishing and other forms of online abuse.
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Joe Rogan interviews Steve Jobs. You might think this is a parody, or a spoof or something along those lines. But it’s just good ol’ AI. Artificial intelligence.
You might think this is a parody, or a spoof or something along those lines. But it’s just good ol’ AI. Artificial intelligence.
You know, that creepy yet beautiful thingy that can create its own images based on nothing but just a few keywords. Or create impressive deepfakes.
Or have one of the most popular and influencial podcaster, Joe Rogan, interview the late Steve Jobs.
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Utterances is a free and open source, lightweight comments widget built on GitHub issues. This is how you can add it to any web page in 4 simple steps
Adding comments to your website/blog is a big deal. Functionality and price is a big factor. You’ll have to moderate the comments and fight spam. It’s a mess.
What if there was a free and open source project that would allow you use GitHub issues and create a comments widget that you can embed on any page in just a few simple steps?
Luckily there is one, and it’s called utterances.
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Timeshifter makes it easier to fight jet lag by using NASA-backed science.
If you’re a frequent traveler across time zones, for work or pleasure, you sure have experienced jet lag before.
But what is jet lag, and how to fight against ?
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The Doomsday Alarm Clock – a disruptive and disturbing new alarm app. Simply choose a doomsday scenario and prepare to be awakened by bone-chilling facts about our eventual demise.
You’ve probably heard about the Doomsday clock before. If not, you can check out the previous link ( Wikipedia via Wikiless ) and the FAQ on the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists page.
Inspired by the Doomsday clock ( I’m assuming ), developers Steven Nass & Peter Henningsen released a disruptive and disturbing new alarm app – The Doomsday Alarm clock.
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