A wireless future

If you pay attention to the Apple rumor mill at all, there's a recurring notion that this year's iPhone (whatever number it ends up getting) will support wireless charging. Big deal, right? Various phones have had some sort of wireless inductive charing for years, but it's never caught on. The…

2015 in Review

This has probably been the most exciting year of my life. In 2015, I spoke at an incredibly popular meetup (BrooklynJS) gave my first conference talk went to Burning Man for a second time started an amazing new position at the Mozilla Foundation built amazing new relationships and strengthened my…

Apple's response to this whole NFC/CurrentC thing

Apple, to Business Insider The feedback we are getting from customers and retailers about Apple Pay is overwhelmingly positive and enthusiastic. We are working to get as many merchants as possible to support this convenient, secure and private payment option for consumers. Many retailers have already seen the benefits and…

Thoughts on the Watch

I remember when the iPhone was originally announced in January 2007. I was excited, to say the least. I mean, I worked at an Apple Store at the time, but the iPhone's potential to change everything was clearly there. I anxiously looked forward to the phone's June release, speculating on…

Web spec stability

I was browsing Twitter the other day and I saw this tweet: W3C - scrape the internet. How many people are using box-sizing: border-box; anyway? #changethespec— Dale Sande (@anotheruiguy) July 31, 2014 I don't think this was a serious request, but it's something that made me contemplate…

Dropping support

I'm typing this on a plane back from my first trip to Europe, and while there I had an experience that I thought was worth sharing. My wife and I were in Amsterdam, 1 hour before our overnight train ride to Copenhagen was scheduled to depart. I had purchased the…