Kia ora Mosen at Largers. Our amazing community has put together another informative, thought-provoking listen for you, and it’ll be in your podcast app this weekend. Here’s a sneak peak of what you can expect. You’re welcome to comment on these or any other issues that are on your mind.
Guess what guess what? DoorDash has set up in New Zealand, to compete in what is an already crowded food delivery market here. They are taking registrations at the moment but have yet to actually deliver anything. That got me thinking, food is something we love to talk about, and delivery services are so handy. What service do you think is best and why? Some of your decision may come down to what is available where you are, but I suspect accessibility will play a huge part. Your reviews and perspectives are most welcome. Should we be excited about DoorDash or is it going to be an accessibility bust?
Inflation is higher than it’s been for decades in many parts of the world, prices are rising and people are cutting back. Netflix has had a difficult quarter. This comes at the same time as a new report has outlined the streaming video service that they believe gives them the best value for money. It wasn’t that long ago that we were hankering for more audio described content, now we are fortunate to have a lot of choice. But if you had to choose only one of these streaming media services, which one would you keep, and why? For me, the answer to this one is absolutely unequivocal. I’m curious to know if your answer is different.
For quite a while, I have been watching a new entrant into the Twitter app market developing in a very positive way. The app developer has shown a strong commitment to accessibility. With version 3 of the Spring app for iPhone, iPad and Mac now available, I think the time is right for me to take you through a comprehensive demonstration of this impressive app. You’ll learn why you might consider paying for an app, even though the official Twitter app is free. I’ll take you through customising the app to your liking, and there are many cool ways to do that, outline all the keyboard shortcuts, and discuss a few strengths and weaknesses. If you’ve taken the Spring app for a spin, I’d be interested to know what you think of it. Is it now your Twitter app of choice? If not, where do you think it still falls short?
There’s plenty more on the show as well. If you want to raise something new, you’re very welcome. Please don’t be shy, I’d love to hear from you. What makes Mosen At Large special is the global community we’ve built and all the perspectives we share with each other.
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