Could be a product you were really passionate about, but something changed... (rival, update, price etc)
- Ok, to be honest; I only use it a few times a week. But NO LONGER on a daily basis and certainly not several times a day. Like how i used to. Facebook does not interest me anymore. I haven't posted anything in a few months. And I notice the same feeling among many of friends and family. More and more friends have even disabled their account. Only those who have their own company really share a regular post. I think people found better and more private ways to share their life amongst others.
- It's a funny thing really. Evernote was supposed to do something amazing - taking note, journaling, and save articles from web sites. However, Bear has taken over my note-taking, Day One has taken over my journaling and Instapaper/Pocket has taken over my article saving. The one-app-trumps-all model is not working in this case, at least not for me. Evernote is down.
- I signed up onto Tumblr, I think, back when it was still in beta circa 2007. It was really cool at the time and there was a nice community of connected users. There were good iterations of the site. I vividly remember the Dashboard getting easier and better with each change for a period of time. But then they just stopped iterating, and if they did then the change was terrible. I had gone from checking my dashboard multiple times a day to checking it once a day to once a week, and now I check my dashboard, if at all, about once every few weeks. I think both the mobile and browser experience are equally bad for different reasons. The web should be delightful and I just won't use something if I constantly feel frustrated.