“From the very beginning, I’ve protested the idea that an office headquarters, whether it’s mega or micro, is only about work. It’s about lifestyle.” Norman Foster, the architect who designed the new Apple’s Campus2.
Continue reading "Steve Jobs Theater… Some Photos"
If you total up the energy spent debating the merits and demerits of the Apple iPhone X event and various devices announced today, odds are that you could actually power another keynote, one where the basic question is why: why does the iPhone X matter? Why it’s even possible and where it could lead us – and why Apple is best positioned to lead us there. Continue reading "Steve Jobs’ legacy & The iPhone X"
All good (and even great) things come to an end. After twelve years, it is finally curtains for iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano. “Today, we are simplifying our iPod lineup with two models of iPod touch now with double the capacity starting at just $199 and we are discontinuing the iPod shuffle and iPod nano,” Apple informed Business Insider
I have many fond memories of both iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle. Lot of folks forgot that Nano was the first “Apple Watch” and the idea came from its community of hardcore enthusiasts. I was one of those people who wore an iPod Watch.
Long before there was Marie Kondo and her love-what-you-own-philosophy
, there was the iPod Shuffle, which prompted me to come up with The iShuffle Principle
The end-of-life of these beloved music players means it is time for me to dig out my favorite pieces from the archives Continue reading "Goodbye iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano"