Google founder Larry Page asks if products are ‘toothbrushes’ – “does it get used once or twice a day, and make your life better?”. If not, he won’t invest.
Morbid App Retention stats – pretty graph on the Information in pictures, and Quettra in words – average app loses 77% of its users within three days. Even the big tech giants all lose more than half.
I had a good talk this week about adulthood and what it means to be grown up. Apparently top criteria endorses individualism, accepting responsibility for your own actions, ability to decides on beliefs outside of other influences, and ability to engage with parents as equals. Sounds about right. Where does knowing how to cook fit in, though?
I like this quote by Werner Erhard: “Even the truth, when believed, is a lie. You must experience the truth, not believe it”.