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OK, Google: Try Harder to Kill the iPhone

As an Apple fan, I love former Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s new guide for iPhone users who want to switch to Android. I miss the days when fans owned an Apple product for it’s coolness, not because they thought the product would make them appear cool. I miss the days when Apple wasn’t mainstream. As counter-intuitive as it may sound, …

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Live Like The Clock Is Ticking (Are You Making the Most of Life?)

I’m nearing my thirties and as I do it is really beginning to set in that I won’t be young forever–and that’s OK. There’s a time for everything including being young and old. I look at people like Steve Jobs and realize that he was arguably most productive during his forties. Look at Richard Branson in his sixties–he’s building a …

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Is Apple’s Magic Officially Gone?

Most people seem to think Apple will always be the Apple so many people have come to know and love in recent years, but Steve Jobs would be the first person to remind us that even the mighty can fall (and fall hard). With the introduction of the iPad Mini, could Apple be starting back down the slippery slope of …

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See Further: Stand on the Shoulders of Giants

Isaac Newton is famous for saying that if he saw further than other people it was because he stood on the shoulders of giants. In his case he was referring to the science foundations laid by those who came before him. You know, you can do the exact same thing. There is no reason why you must do everything on …

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At Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Address: 3 People Missed the Point

On the verge of presenting a beloved idea of mine to some people who can help me craft it into something amazing (or completely squash it), I find myself once again viewing the video of Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address on YouTube. Why? I get inspired every time I hear it. It’s simple stuff, really: connect the dots, good …

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Sorry Malcolm Gladwell, Steve Jobs Will Be Remembered in 50 Years

Have you heard? Well known author Malcolm Gladwell recently theorized that nobody will know who Steve Jobs was in 50 years. They’ll know about Bill Gates, but not Steve Jobs. Really. He suspects that both individuals will be forgotten based on their business accomplishments but that Bill Gates will be remembered for his philanthropy. I disagree wholeheartedly. There are plenty …

EditorSorry Malcolm Gladwell, Steve Jobs Will Be Remembered in 50 Years