My credit card company, Barclay, asked me to fill out a questionnaire as I was signing out of their app today. I thought to myself, “Why not? I have a few minutes.” I tapped on the link and was redirected to a browser window. This is the response I sent them: Context matters, people. Context
That’s right, this site is now powered by wind! That’s because I’ve switched from the hosting giant, GoDaddy, to a surly and environmentally friendly upstart, Fat Cow. Fat Cow is 100% wind-powered. They’re pretty cool. On top of making me feel all smug and superior about my hosting decisions, they offer pretty good hosting plans.
Continued from Book I. Wednesday Wednesday was laundry day. I started off the day by heading to what was possibly the nearest laundromat. I had scoped one out earlier that I thought was closer, but I couldn’t find it that morning. No worries, there was another one handy. The New York laundry experience was pretty
Brooke and I went to New York a few weeks back. Her employer sent her to Nielsen Norman’s Usability Week. They put us up in a hotel in Times Square, right around the corner from the conference. The hotel was fairly nice. It was expensive because of the location, but who cares? We weren’t paying for it.
I ordered a pair of sandals from Zappos.com the other day. I was surprised that during the order process, all the methods of shipping were free, even next-day shipping. I said to myself, “Wowie! That’s super-duper! I’ll give these people my hard earned moneys!” It was a Sunday night, so next-day shipping meant that they would