Struggling Music Service MOG For Sale →
Not sure what this means for the BMW/Mini integration, but when it comes to streaming music services, there can be only two. Here’s hoping Spotify or Rdio picks them up.
Driverless Car Could Defy the Rules of Sprawl →
Excellent points on everything from mass transit to the mega-city hype.
Why journalists need to link →
How a Simple Bug In SimpleNote Can Simply Screw...
I write and I travel. The latter always begets the former. So when it comes to taking notes, writing stories and putting down ideas, I need a medium. Like most 21st century writers, that normally involves locally saved text files. But a few years ago I started relying on services that synced between my primary note-taking devices: my phone, computer and iPad. It started with Evernote, which...
STEM to STEAM: An Interview With RISD's President,... →
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“It’s A Brick” – Tesla Motors’ Devastating Design Problem - Michael DeGusta, The Understatement Is Tesla ‘Bricking’ Story Just An Angry Owner’s Warranty Claim? - John Voelcker, Green Car Reports Tesla Dismisses Report of ‘Bricked’ Roadsters - Chuck Squatriglia, Wired Autopia Per usual, the truth is somewhere in the middle. So rather than throw together a jetlagged summary of...
Infotainment in Cars Could Get a Boost From... →
Amazingly, someone from Automotive News can draw a line between one trend and another. Shocker! Also, duh.
It’s Electric. Should It Look Electrifying? →
Must’ve missed this when I was at CES, but it’s a nice top-down view of the benefits and challenges of EV styling.
Automakers have to design infotainment systems that will work even if the motorist doesn’t have a smartphone or a data plan. That’s Automotive News’ “special correspondent” David Sedgwick on why the auto industry will always be lagging behind the consumer electronics world. They will be, but not for the reasons Sedgwick cites. Let’s start with the quote...
Long goodbyes are for self-important egomaniacs, so I’ll keep this brief. After six years, hundreds of cars, thousands of miles and over two and a half million words spread out over some 3,800 posts, I’m leaving Autoblog. On March 12th I’ll be taking the helm of Wired’s Autopia and heading up the pub’s automotive and transportation coverage. I’ve long...
the EV space is the closest thing we have to an automotive Wild West these days– The Model X unveiling, somewhat contextualized by @DaveyG_AW
Content Everywhere →
There’s a lot wrong with this post. But just as much right.
How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy - Magazine - The... →
The coming age of the smart personal assistant →
Autonomous Cars Through the Ages →