Here’s a more or less random list of stuff that we’ve learned last year (well, and the first two weeks of 2007):
- As a rule, New Yorkers don’t have cars. If you think there are traffic jams there, you’re imagining things.
- Sometimes, more is more.
- Consumer electronics companies shouldn’t rely on their technical departments on how to implement firmware updates in a user friendly way.
- There needs to be a PSP that has accelerometers built-in, because of a certain addiction.
- HD DVD won over Blu-ray.
- In airport hotels you get to see buildings on fire while you can’t turn off the TV set.
- There certainly are airports that don’t suck, but we haven’t seen any.
- We’ve found the best-ever recipe for Schweinsbraten, and we’re not going to tell you.
- And finally, don’t try to come up with technical solutions before thinking of the usability of the whole thing.
Let’s see what 2007 is up to.