Category Archives: new-yorker

Jan 09 2008

"It is mathematically possible for Google to become a $100B corporation" -- Eric Schmidt

Ken Auletta profiles Google in this week's New Yorker.

Jun 05 2007

What does poor website usability cost you?

Musings on a recent Surowiecki column about feature creeped products. While it would be somewhere between disingenuous and stupid to count every site abandon as an order sacrificed to poor usability, it's worth considering what fraction of these missed opportunities better usability could in fact reclaim.

Feb 04 2007

Toobin: Google, Books, Digitization, And Lawsuits

Why Google' own patners are suing Google over Google Books, and how settling the suits though licensing fees will create large barriers to entry to other book search projects.