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#1 Product of the DayJuly 19, 2017
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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This launch is particularly interesting because this isn't typical for Apple, a fairly secretive and top down company (when it comes to external communications). Timing makes a lot of sense with their upcoming launch of ARkit, Apple Home, and the inevitable "Siri 2.0", among other things. Those interested in Machine Learning may also like this newsletter.
Kumar Thangudu
Kumar ThanguduPro@datarade · Technologist
@rrhoover Thanks for the shout out. :)
David Carpe
David Carpe@passingnotes · Thinker & Layabout
@rrhoover my take is that this is part of recruitment branding. they need to show their prowess and potential to support massive outbound solicitation of candidates in the field (increase awareness before the outreach). the alternative is what they usually do: absolute secrecy. it's a move in the right direction for them, since they're battling it out with everybody for this talent.
Tom Morisse
Tom Morisse@tmorisse · Research Manager @FABERNOVEL
@rrhoover ML-wise, the problem is that the same comment (i.e. unusual move from secretive Apple) was made when the firm published its first research paper last December... and the first journal article published yesterday is just a modified version of that paper. So it's effective communication for sure, but I'm not bullish on their strength in ML (relatively to other tech giants, of course).
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
In 2017... Company: Lets start a Medium blog Apple: We are now the Wall Street Journal p.s. follow to and on Medium 😽
André Meyer
André Meyer@casaout · Developer
@nivo0o0 and let's create our blog in a way, a common RSS feed reader (in my case Feedly) cannot recognize it...
ian kennedy
ian kennedy@iankennedy · SmartNews, Partnerships
@nivo0o0 @casaout was going to suggest you subscribe at but that is the weirdest ATOM feed I've ever seen.
Neil McGillivray
Neil McGillivray@neilmcgillivray · Designer | Consultant
@casaout Strange in feedly - I added to the internal search and it came up directly. Adddd to a collection.
Paul Gosnell
Paul Gosnell@paulgosnell · dream big. sunrise runner. breathwork.
No page title We're Apple, we don't do page titles in our blog!
Corey Stone
Corey Stone@coreywstone · UX guy, Founder of HERO Keyboard
I was going to subscribe to get emailed each post, but it doesn't appear they offer that function.
Kevin Ferret
Kevin Ferret@kevin_ferret · Product Manager, AgilOne
@coreywstone No email signup, no twitter profile to follow, no RSS feed, no existing-blogging-platform-update (e.g. Medium). It's pretty amazing all the hoops one has to go through to avoid sharing updates in 2017. I guess that's Apple, so they are still learning what "sharing" means :D
Patrick Wang
Patrick Wang@junesix · AppDirect, Technical Enablement
@coreywstone @kevin_ferret My guess they're going to make us go through extraordinary hoops like subscribing to it from News app
Satyajeet@iamdeveloper · iWonder
Satyajeet@iamdeveloper · iWonder
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