If you build a better mousetrap, they won’t come. Love the economics and the battery systems of this vehicle, but those are precisely why this vehicle will never see the light of day.
Unlike other traditional car brands, Dyson doesn’t have a fleet of profitable gasoline cars and diesel cars to offset the “huge losses” on every electric vehicle made — each Dyson electric car would have needed to make £150,000 to break even, according to the entrepreneur.
As shelter-at-home directives continue to keep residents away from routine visits to local businesses — due to the threat of spreading COVID-19, the economic stability of the area is becoming increasingly upended. A new website underway is specifically geared toward shopping Shawnee — shopshawnee.net.
We are proud to say that this is an Edelleye Digital project. We are working with local shops all over the town of Shawnee to help them get the support they need to get online, and to get their products and services into the hands of consumers in the area and beyond. We did the branding, the ecommerce systems, and support the logistics operations, and we were up and running in a matter of days.
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Never underestimate the power of open source as a concept, a movement, and a tool, not just for technology maturity, but for business. The nature of the concept is such that it challenges the very idea of soft intellectual property as we know it.
We use open source software for so many of our solutions. It’s all over our servers that run businesses here at Edelleye, and all over our desktops. In fact, our founder is responsible for one of the largest open source movement ever, where they opened up one of the world’s most valuable pieces of IP protected software, Symbian OS, the same system that ran the world’s smartphones for over a decade.
We’re taking the important step of open-sourcing some of the most important projects of the Elizabeth Warren campaign for anyone to use.
There is a lot going on in the world of foldable phone designs. Personally, I like the tri-fold concept, one that folds out into a tablet when needed. There is some work to do in terms of productization. In other words, reliability, usability, and value engineering, but once these challenges get ironed out, it’s not hard to imagine a world where these product designs are commonplace.
The zany designs might not make it to market, but the company is determined to launch an affordable foldable soon.
What have you done with a Raspberry Pi? Nothing? Well, get on it. It’s such a good reference platform for all of those experiments, and those product ideas that aren’t quite mature. TBH we used it to develop some really world-changing products and services over the last few years, so I know the power of this architecture.
This and a good radio, and a good software stack like Debian, and you are good to go.
I turn to a desktop activity that I use fairly frequently. It’s screen capturing – sharing something on my computer screen with a colleague or friend.
On January 24, 1984, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the first Macintosh at Apple’s annual shareholder’s meeting in Cupertino, California, debuting the new computer equipped with a 9-inch black and white display, an 8MHz Motorola 68000 processor, 128KB of RAM, a 3.5-inch floppy drive, and a price tag of $2,495.
The now iconic machine weighed in at a whopping 17 pounds and was advertised as offering a word processing program, a graphics package, and a mouse. At the time it was introduced, the Macintosh was seen as Apple’s last chance to overcome IBM’s domination of the personal computer market and remain a major player in the personal computer industry.
This is a really salient and timely piece on what is one of the most overused terms in software and product development. The two most common mistakes we see are that people treat Agile as a methodology, and second, that they really don’t adhere to the principles throughout the lifecycle or elsewhere in the business.
The birth of the manifesto Recently, Per-Magnus Skoogh (co-founder of Agile Extreme) invited me to meet Arie van Bennekum. Arie is one of the co-authors of the Agile Manifesto that was written by 17 independent thinkers in February of 2001 at a ski resort in Utah, USA.
Source: The Agile Manifesto Reexamined
Discover exhibitions, events and installations taking over the Design Museum to celebrate London Design Festival 2019.
It’s not often that you get a peak behind the curtain and get the opportunity to learn first-hand, how to go about designing and developing an iconic product, one in production all over the world. This is one of those opportunities.
Let’s listen in and follow the process.
What design can do never ceases to amaze me. This is a rethink of the motorcycle. If you are going to change the fundamental drive, e.g. go electric, of a bike, why not take that moment to rethink the design, right?
Above we can see the original design for the Hades electric motorcycle. That design, which we first reported on back in July, sent shockwaves (and grade school jokes) around the internet for its distinctive design. Now as the bike approaches its spring 2020 production goal, we’re seeing new updates to the design. Curtiss Motorcycles updates […]