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Apple iPod - Business Model Example Series: Issue 2

by: Alexander Osterwalder

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Hang Tough, Apple!

by: Jonathan Salem Baskin

The range of the music industry's response to the digital revolution swings wildly from guarded hope to wanton self-immolation. Last week, it veered closer again to suicide.

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Microsoft's Delusion

by: Jonathan Salem Baskin

The ad world has weighed in on the new Microsoft commercial that features Jerry Seinfeld shopping for shoes with Bill Gates, and most reviewers think the same thing as most regular folks: it makes no sense

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WOM Lessons of Windows on Intel Mac

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Apple's Eggshells of Personalization

by: Gary Hayes

RealMedia and Microsoft have had their knuckles rapped once already and it seems that the normally tread-carefully Apple have started to upset a few folk with their ‘collaborative filtering’ methodologies via iTunes.

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Forget the Apple Phone, Give Me a Newton Anytime!

by: Design Translator

I was amazed to find out, how extensive the Cult of Mac’s influences over the many products they cover. Even though the Apple Newton PDA was killed by Steve Jobs shortly after he re-joined Apple in 1998, the Newton community continues to defy all odds by keeping this product alive and current by updating it with technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth, memory cards and even an MP3 Player!

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Employees 'sell' Apple Macs to Their Bosses

by: Mark Rogers

Steve Jobs of Apple doesn’t employ a sales force to persuade corporations to switch to Apple. Nonetheless Apple market share in this area is growing, driven in part by the consumer’s liking for the iPod and iPhone. In an intriguing Business Week survey Peter Burrows highlights that employees, sick of a PC by day, Mac by night existence, are pushing their firms into switching to Apple.

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Jonathan Ive, Design Genius or Something Else?

by: Design Translator

According to Gizmodo there is an uncanny resemblance between the great work of Dieter Rams to the work of Jonathan Ive head of Industrial Design at Apple.

 

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Jonathan Ive on Apple's Industrial Design Strategy

by: Design Translator

Claire Beale is one of the lucky few that has been granted a rare interview with Jonathan Ive, who, unless you have been under a rock in the past decade, is Apple’s senior vice-president of Industrial Design. You know, that guy responsible for the iMacs, iPods, and iPhones etc?

Here it is with all the good parts and non design bits snipped off. The Bold bits are mine.

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iPhone SDK: Potential For Serious Games Large Scale Distribution

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