Home automation, once the wave of the future, is becoming more and more mainstream as tech giants like Google, Amazon and Samsung jump on the bandwagon in product development.
If you know an engineer, it's time to help him stop. Intervene because the phrases are often so annoying that they are "counter-productive" or worse a "red herring" and distract from what really needs to be said (and done).
Robots should also not hitchhike, at least not in the United States. You see, we don't take kindly to robots around these here parts. In Canada? Sure thing. In Canada, you can be a robot, show a little knee, and be picked up 19 times over 26 days, and live to tell the tale.
What if the "fight for the metaverse" is actually less like a battle to the finish and more like a foot race in which the competitors have enjoyed different start times and stagger marks?
The question is simple: What is truly a curation solution, and what is a hastily conceived product enhancement with the word of the moment pasted on top?
The other day, at lunch, I was sitting at a table and watched a young mother with two small children snapping photos and Instagraming the moments. I realized that she was not noticing much of what the kids were doing thanks to her focus on "sharing" the memories.
Over the past five years, I've interviewed thousands of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs looking for co-founders. I've connected many of them who then went on to create thriving businesses.
Leading a product team is invigorating. As the CEO of the product, the product manager has one of the best jobs in the company as well as one of the hardest.