6 items tagged “basecamp”
If you have to repeat yourself, you weren’t clear enough the first time. However, if you’re talking about something brand new, you may have to repeat yourself for years before you’re heard. Pick your repeats wisely.
— The Basecamp Guide to Internal Communication # 25th July 2020, 3:07 pm
Without touching upon the question of who’s right and who’s wrong in the specific case of Basecamp’s Hey app, or the broader questions of what, if anything, ought to change in Apple’s App Store policies, an undeniable and important undercurrent to this story is that the business model policies of the App Store have resulted in a tremendous amount of resentment. This spans the entire gamut from one-person indies all the way up to the handful of large corporations that can be considered Apple’s peers or near-peers.
— John Gruber # 20th June 2020, 5:48 am
Phasing out support for IE 6 across all 37signals products on August 15, 2008. Interesting move considering BaseCamp is used for communicating with (often corporate) clients. It would be nice to see the browser stats behind the decision. # 4th July 2008, 9:17 am
OpenID support in Blinksale (via) Blinksale + Highrise + Basecamp means you can run your small business on OpenID. # 10th July 2007, 7:45 am
OpenID: Why, how, 37signals. 37signals just enabled OpenID on Basecamp as well as Highrise. This is their excellent attempt at explaining its benefits. # 28th June 2007, 1:38 am