Simplifying the crowded messaging space

The messaging space seems to be the antithesis of email. Where email works using common protocols and a variety of email applications that all support them, messaging apps rarely talk to each other and basically function in silos. The messaging space is a surprisingly tricky one to dominate but a few of the services are…… Continue reading Simplifying the crowded messaging space

I just visited LinkedIn to publish my previous post and this stunned me. I installed WeChat on my phone a while ago, was pretty uneasy about it (I searched for information about the encryption it uses or other security features and couldn't even a hint and that troubled me) and removed it from my phone.… Continue reading What the heck is going on with WeChat?

Lawyers can be terrible writers

Rian van der Merwe wrote an interesting post titled “Good writing and the death of plain language” recently which touches on something I think about each time I sit down to write an article or a contract. Van der Merwe quoted William Zinsser’s “On Writing Well” and this one paragraph stood out for me: Our…… Continue reading Lawyers can be terrible writers