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Core Intuition 285 and WWDC

We posted a new Core Intuition this week about WWDC. From the show notes:

Daniel and Manton catch upon WWDC, and Manton’s ailing MacBook Pro. They talk about new hardware announcements and react to highlights from the Keynote. Manton laments Apple’s continued, slow progress with SiriKit, and Daniel is frustrated that HomePod is not a Wifi hub. Finally, they talk about iOS Drag and Drop and compare it with Apple’s traditional tendency to move slowly but surely into the future.

After we recorded, I watched the first episode of Planet of the Apps, and started to get into more of the conference session videos. We’ll be following up next week on more from WWDC.

Jim Coudal at CreativeMornings

Several years ago, Jim Coudal gave a talk about shifting from client work to product work. I recently re-watched it and it’s still great, even if some of the details have changed. They no longer do Jewelboxing, for example, and Field Notes has become an even bigger deal.

It’s also about bad ideas, managing projects, and team size. On wasting time, Jim says:

“I think wasting time is an important part of the whole process. Because when you’re screwing around is when you have the good ideas.”

The best talks are timeless, which is difficult in the tech world. This one comes closer than most to achieving it.