What If You Woke Up Tomorrow and Your Favorite Company Was Gone

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What would happen? How hard would it be to get back up and running to full steam?

I asked myself these questions for a number of products I still use on a day-to-day basis and found some interesting results.

IMessage:

It would be an inconvenience, but I would be able to switch over to whatsapp or use facebook messenger for everything.

Google Chrome:

While I love using chrome, switching to a new browser would not be the worst thing that’d happen. I’d be able to get over it in a couple days or so.

Medium:

I’ve come to rely pretty heavily on medium for all of my publishing. But I save all the stories separately as well, and I am sure there are other editors like it — perhaps not as good though.

Evernote:

I use evernote everyday and it is really great for journaling. But there are so many applications I would be fine.

Microsoft Excel:

Excel is the best for finance things, but for staying organized I could just google sheets. Someone could probably try and build a sheet as good as excel for formulas but it would be hard. This would be a painful switch.

Slack:

Maybe I am in the minority, but I am not THAT in love with Slack to the point where i could not go without it. It would not hurt me that bad.

Linkedin:

Life would probably be a little better.

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