Thanks for the info. I'm sure you've done your market research, but just FYI, the iPhone-only requirement is a seriously limiting factor for my team. I don't know how representative we are, but you might consider broadening the platform support asap.
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The "because piracy" claim is just a facade, Mega fully encrypts everything and the US doesn't like that.
"the US" includes me. And think encryption is fabulous. You probably should have said "the US law-enforcement / law-writing / Disney-Sony industrial complex" rather than "the US".
Interesting. Do you plan to allow tiling on a single display? For example, suppose I and three coworkers are each using your system on his own real whiteboard. Do you plan to make it so a computer monitor can show those four whiteboard images on some screen at the same time?
Also, different question: do you expect to support Linux hosts that have webcams plugged in?
That looks pretty neat. Unfortunately that's pretty expensive by my current standards.
Any thoughts on how to let multiple people work on the same (virtual) whiteboard with your product?
And you're an idiot.
I'll need you to state that with a picture.
I saw your video - it looks very interesting. Any idea about pricing and availability?
I mean, holy crap, what facilities do you need to teach CS? A climate-controlled room with whiteboards, markers, chairs, some electrical outlets, and wifi. Bonus points for a projector.
Most CS happens in your own head, on your laptop, or by talking with other people. You don't need to be on the Starship Enterprise.
Not sure why you got modded Funny. I for one think that was right neighborly of you.
I beg to differ. I moved from sysadmin to security because this is where the growth is, and doubled my salary. I get headhunters and poachers several times a week trying to lure me away with wheelbarrows full of money. Companies are finally starting to realize they need to take security seriously.
Out of curiosity, what kind of money are you seeing people make for what you do?
Apple does this. Look at HealthKit for example, all data is stored locally, Apple doesn't mine it. They allow you to control who has what access to specific parts of the data.
Do we really know that for sure?
You'll be cooler
Depends on what you mean by "cooler".
Microsoft's UI designers will be first up against the wall...
Except they'll have designed the guns, and so you'll have no idea how to shoot them. You'll probably have to end up strangling them with some newfangled "ribbon".
I'd be completely happy with keeping the Windows 7 UI, and just having each Windows release upgrade the guts underneath. And I bet so would 95% of corporations.
I don't understand why Microsoft feels to compelled to tinker with the UI at this point. (Yes I've heard some reasons, I just don't see why they're compelling to Microsoft.)