I ran through most of my month’s data allotment in a few hours yesterday afternoon (you can do this at LTE speeds). It was mere minutes between a warning from Verizon that I was 75% of the way through my data plan till another warning that I had hit 90%.
Over the weekend I ran into one of those situations where it felt like I had found a bug in a very commonly used portion of a very commonly used piece of software (jQuery). Of course, 99.99% of the time when that happens, I’m wrong, not the software.
Interesting how Amazon prioritizes use experience. Of course they want to make it easy to shop, right?
I can buy something via 1-click without having to re-authenticate myself. In fact I can buy a whole lot of stuff. I’m logged into Amazon but I haven’t re-authenticated myself in quite a while… no problem. Click, buy, click, buy, click buy.
Want to cancel an item in that 1-click order? Better check my password! Because I’m sure accidental cancellations happen much more often and are much more serious than accidental orders!