Sunday, 26 January 2014

DESIGN, BUSINESS & INNOVATION


Photo: Steves Jobs and the Mac in 1984, via NPR.

This week was the 30th birthday of the Mac computer (yes, we are all old!). Steve Hen in NPR's All Tech Considered affirms that even now the original Mac is still an archetype of innovation. Read (or listen) full article in NPR. E.T.P 4'

You can also have a look a this lost conversation between Steven Levy, then a freelance journalist for Rolling Stone and Steve Jobs, on a late-November day in 1983, in Cupertino California, via The New York Times. E.T.P. 8'

And watch Apple's 30 Years video here. E.T.P. 2'20''


Photo: The Procrastinator (some) Times.

Greg Satel's article in Ideas Lab, called 2014: The Year of the Open Ecosystem, emphasizes that the age of the stand-alone brand is dead, right now whether you are connected, or you are dead. Read full article in Ideas Lab. E.T.P 7'
The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt.  The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Yet the true impact begins not with invention, but adoption.  That’s when the second and third-order effects kick in.
- See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf
What’s becoming clear is that the age of the stand-alone brand is over. You’re either connected or you’re dead. - See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf

The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt.  The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Yet the true impact begins not with invention, but adoption.  That’s when the second and third-order effects kick in.
- See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf
The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt.  The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Yet the true impact begins not with invention, but adoption.  That’s when the second and third-order effects kick in.
- See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf
The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt.  The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Yet the true impact begins not with invention, but adoption.  That’s when the second and third-order effects kick in.
- See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf
What’s becoming clear is that the age of the stand-alone brand is over. You’re either connected or you’re dead.
- See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf
What’s becoming clear is that the age of the stand-alone brand is over. You’re either connected or you’re dead.
- See more at: http://www.ideaslaboratory.com/2014/01/08/2014-year-of-the-open-ecosystem/#sthash.EPFnB9VR.dpuf

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