They say art is subjective. But the application of this idea transcends the determining of quality of art, and is even more applicable when pertaining to its definition. First, it was argued whether music was art, then cinema, even now the argument that video games have an art to them is being waged. However, through… Continue reading The Mozart of the 21st Century.
After World War II devastated Japan’s, the need for a new more cost effective and cost cutting form of manufacturing became more necessary than ever before to kickstart Japan’s post war economy. Hoping to find economic success and restore the Japanese economy in the car industry, Toyota devised a new method, a master class in… Continue reading The Coronavirus Could Revolutionize Manufacturing.
For the past few years, with every iteration of the iPad Apple releases, they take more steps towards bringing the iPad closer to the modern perception of a computer. Last years iPadOS completely changed the way that iPad is used, finally adding the much requested external storage support, desktop class browsing, and multitasking only rivaled… Continue reading iPad Trackpad Support Doesn’t Kill Job’s Vision for the Device. It Reinforces It.
When Alan Turing refined what would become the first iteration of the modern day computer way back in the late 1940s, he had no way of knowing the impact it would have on the world future generations would inherit from him. With the help of many great thinkers, the computer has truly infiltrated every corner… Continue reading Technology’s Impact on the Way We Work.
With the increased viability of remote working that comes with the greater access to computers, working from home has never been easier or more prevalent. Despite this, a majority of America’s workforce commutes to an office or other business facility to work, even though this is increasingly becoming more unnecessary and in many cases, less… Continue reading How Coronavirus Offers a Rare Glimpse Into the Future of Work.
In the past, luxury has almost constantly been synonymous with high prices. Whether they be backed by perceived, and often superficial craftsmanship, design, or quality, the greatest obstacle, and selling point, for luxury products has always been what they are selling for. But today, luxury has begun to take on a radically different definition and… Continue reading The New Definition of Luxury
When Steve Jobs introduced iTunes, he brought up how he believed people wanted to feel a connection their music, in that case by owning it, hence why the music streaming services of the time didn’t see much success. But today, it’s easy to see why some would see Jobs view as wrong, with the overwhelming… Continue reading Products vs. Possessions: The Means of Establishing Connections with the Two
While many think that Apple’s success comes from defining new industries with revolutionary ideas, in actuality, what really accounts for Apple’s wild success today is a pattern of redefining preexisting industries with great products. For example, Apple didn’t create the smart phone with the iPhone, that market and product already existed, Apple simply made it… Continue reading The Apple Card should be the next iPhone: Why it’s not and how it could be.