Copy-editing if often associated with professional and expensive services that only businesses can afford. It is mostly the case, but Ediket’s team believes that there should be something between “no copy-editing” and expensive copy-editing. They also believe in a better interface for both copywriters and customers, which is why they build a nice interface that tries to mimic what users would do on paper. Even friendly copy-editing services such as Wordy don’t reach this level of simplicity and clarity in their interface. The service was launched in May 2014, and meeting with their team at GMV 2014 (a Korean tech/mobile conference) made me much more aware of what they were trying to do. Read full post →Ediket: A (Nice) Copy-Editing App & Marketplace
While Steve Wozniak might have been one of the co-founders of Apple, he has in the past been pretty objective about the company and its products, and in some cases has even praised the competition, such as the Windows Phone and Android platform. However it seems that Apple’s new iPhones have managed to win him over.
During a brief on-camera interview with TMZ, Wozniak was quoted as saying that he preferred the larger screens of the new iPhones, and to that extent has made him dump all his Android devices in favor of them. “Also we now have the big screens. I’ve shared Android and Apple phones for a long time to found out how they work and I’ve always liked the bigger screens to tell you the truth. So I got rid of all my Androids.” Read full post →Steve Wozniak Expresses His Love For Apple’s New iPhones