1. parislemon:

    Insert the joke hereTimes changeThe times they are a-changin’Think different.

    But really, this IBM deal seems like a smart partnership for Apple. They could either double their workforce to fully go after enterprise, or they can partner with a massive company already doing that. 

    Yes, Apple likes to control every aspect of what they do. But enterprise is not a core competency and won’t be any time soon. Yet customers are demanding it. Hence, this deal.

    And yes, this is potentially very bad news for Microsoft — which, oddly, is now the one trying to do everything itself

     

  2. "See, in the record business, you can show someone your song, and they don’t copy it. In the tech business, you show somebody your idea, and they steal it."
     

  3. I’ve enjoyed the challenges of learning how to lead a company with hundreds of people, but it’s very hard for me to deny the allure of coding a system that could once again change the course of history.

     
  4. Update bug on iOS 7.1. The status variable turned opposite in a programmers perspective. #bug #ios #7.1.1

     
  5. This is absolutely fantastic. Straight to copy cats! Apple taunts Samsung to ‘copy’ its environmental record

     

  6. Understanding Innovation

    Novelty: Something new Creation: Something new and valuable Invention: Something new, having potential value through utility Innovation: Something new and uniquely useful Innoveracy

     
  7. My new honda city

     

  8. "

    @forbes

    However, the fact that the S5 isn’t really a game-changer makes it less likely that Samsung will make significant high-end share gains this year. This is an indicator of the peaking innovation curve at the high end of the smartphone market, where even Apple is struggling to add incremental value with the iPhone.

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  9. The Flight of the Birdman: Flappy Bird Creator Dong Nguyen Speaks Out
    By David Kushner, rollingstone.com

    How did a chain-smoking geek from Hanoi design the viral hit Flappy Bird - and why did he walk away?

    Last April, Dong Nguyen, a quiet 28-year-old who lived with his par­ents in Hanoi, Viet­nam, and had a day job pro­gram­ming loca­tion devices f…

    The story behind flappy birds.

     

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