How Admitting Their Product Was Terrible Saved This $9 Billion Company Domino’s Admitted Their Pizza Tastes Like Cardboard And Won Back Our Trust
You would buy every one of these if only you could.
Leadership and success are based on how well you learn–from experience as well as the knowledge of others. This book outlines wisdom from both.
Potentially. If so, there may be a big arbitrage opportunity for start-ups.
How “Management by Unreasonable Expectations” can work for truly great leaders… and makes mediocre leaders unbearable.
More than 93 percent of members have a positive outlook on their companies, up from less than 57 percent this time last year.
BlackBerry announced today that the number of BlackBerry-branded gadgets might soon expand. Although the company doesn’t release much of its own hardware anymore, its name still appears on new smartphones, and now, its licensing practice will apply outside of mobile devices. This could mean the eventual release of branded tablets, wearables, medical devices, appliances, and point-of-sale terminals, all of which will have a touch of BlackBerry DNA. A spokeswoman confirmed to The Verge that every product will feature tech or code from BlackBerry, likely in the form of its security-minded version of Android or enterprise services. In fact, it’s calling this strategy an expansion of the “Enterprise of Things,” which might be the only thing…
DDR5, the next generation of RAM, will double the speeds of current DDR4 RAM when it’s released, according to JEDEC, the organization in charge of computer memory standards, as first noted by Ars Technica.
JEDEC announced it will be finalizing the DDR5 standard sometime in 2018, and says DDR5 will “double the bandwidth and density over DDR4,” and come with greater power efficiency. Despite the fact that the standard will become official next year, DDR5 likely won’t be ready for manufacturers before 2020.
DDR4, the current standard, was finalized in 2012, but didn’t hit shelves in numbers until 2015, as processors and SoCs had to be updated to support it. Hopefully this time around it won’t take as long, and we can get our hands on DDR5…
I’ve borrowed a 2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country for an entire month, and will document my experience every week. This week I drove the V90 from my home in Durango, Colorado, up over Coal Bank Pass and Molas Pass to the tiny mountain hamlet of Silverton. It was a great test of both the heated seats and steering wheel, as well as the Volvo’s small, but powerful, engine.
I live in Colorado at 6,800 feet, or a bit more than 2,000 meters, above sea level. Living at this altitude means a few things: pasta and rice take a bit longer to cook because water boils around 200 degrees Fahrenheit or 93 degrees Celsius; visitors sometimes need some time to catch their breath after doing something as simple as walking up the stairs; and when you jump on…