February 14, 2018

Good vs. Better at Bad

Joe Cieplinski:

At least Apple knows the difference between a tech demo and an actual product. More critically, it knows to prioritize features where it can actually deliver something good, rather than something better at bad.

Joe describes exactly how I’ve been thinking about the HomePod vs Alexa devices, only with more and better words.

Source: Good vs. Better at Bad


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