Are Twitter’s changes really that bad?

Before I start with the meat of the article, I’d like to stipulate several things: I disagree with what Twitter is doing to third-party developers. I disagree with Twitter’s potential idea to force tweets of alternates opinions into someone’s feed. I agree with Twitter not kicking Alex Jones (I am not a fan of Mr. […]

Birds and Mastodons – A Brief Comparision of Twitter and Mastodon

We’ve known for a while that Twitter will be limiting third party applications (like the excellent Tweetbot which I use on both macOS and iOS). There is even a federation of third party developers trying to fight the change Twitter wants to make. It’s understandable why Twitter is making these changes; they want all the […]

Apple’s Responsibility in Driving Software Prices Down

Embed from Getty Images In my last post, I mentioned how independent software companies are fighting a battle with continuously dropping prices. They also have the users expecting software to be perfect and at a crazy low price. There have been lots of articles out there (many very good) discussing how the App Store for both […]

The subscription model economy bust

Independent software companies are rapidly getting into a financial bind. The prices for software they work on are continuously being pressed down because many people believe software shouldn’t cost above a certain amount. Because of this they are lowering their prices but are not seeing the profits after they drop the price. These developers then have […]