Dilbert has been riffing on cloud a bit last week. This week we move to Twitter :)
Somewhere between 3, 4 and 5 but well on my way to 8 :)
I got the chance to call in at our Mission Viejo retail store last week on the way home from the PDC. It’s about 45 minutes from downtown LA (traffic depending) and I couldn't miss the chance for a visit.
What did I think? Pretty impressive. Okay so it looks a lot like the other guy and we’ll find out what customers think when the Apple Store opens about 10 stores down later this week. My sense is that some will love Apple hardware and continue to pay the premium as well as buy goods we simply don’t have, but for many I think they’ll be able to do a comparison of offerings almost side by side and I feel confident that the choice of hardware we have in there and the price points will serve us well.
A few things of note:
Here are a selection of my other photos
Learn Something New Every Day - I love this website – fun and educational at the same time and appeals to all ages. Above are a e a few of my favourites.
It feels like an age since I blogged about anything “off piste” but I couldn't resist the limited edition Project One Trek Madone. It’s a collaboration with Wired magazine and the bike will show up at the Wired Pop-Up store in New York.
Project One is Trek’s version of mass customisation (a la NikeID) where you can bespoke your own machine. Nice