KIN’s look, feel and functionality are designed around this notion — You are your own publisher, and KIN is a magazine of your life. What you share, and with whom, are the heroes of the experience, rather than icons and menus. KIN completely changes the way people think about sharing and networking on a mobile phone.
Oh well, I’ll be getting off the world soon enough.
Update: Hah – I see that Microsoft scrapped the KIN phones after less than a year, and after spending $1 billion on the fiasco.