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A Challenge to Redefine Apple

"Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact, and that is, everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you ... the minute that you understand that you can poke life ... that you can change it, you can mold it ... that's maybe the most important thing." 

 - Steve Jobs (Just before he died, in the documentary “One Last Thing”) 

 

 

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Apple, started in a garage on April Fool’s Day 36 years ago, has become the largest company in the world – larger than GE, Boeing, Ford and GM combined. With $566 billion in market capitalization, it is the 25th largest economy in the world – bigger than most countries. Their nearly $100 billion in cash would be enough to wipe out the debt of eight European countries. Apple continuously reinvents itself, its products and every industry it touches. But, that’s not enough.

Apple Rejuvenates Education

Apple continuously reinvents itself, its products and every industry it touches.  Yesterday’s announcement (watch video) establishes Apple as the leader in educational tech.  With iBooks, textbooks can now be easily updated with the most current content and delivered with audio, video, interactive note ta

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Apple continuously reinvents itself, its products and every industry it touches. Yesterday’s announcement establishes Apple as the leader in educational tech. With iBooks, textbooks can now be easily updated with the most current content and delivered with audio, video, interactive note taking, instant feedback on quizzes, and study aids. This launch, while impressive, merely sets the foundation for Apple’s innovation to transform learning.

A New Year and a New World Awaits

I woke up New Year’s Day in Mont Tremblant, Canada, in the beautiful home of friends from the U.K.  As I walked into their open, light-filled kitchen, I saw my 5 friends sitting at a large dark wood table surrounded by a wall of windows revealing snow covered trees and mountains. 

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I woke up New Year’s Day in Mont Tremblant, Canada, in the beautiful home of friends from the U.K. As I walked into their open, light-filled kitchen, I saw my 5 friends sitting at a large dark wood table surrounded by a wall of windows revealing snow covered trees and mountains. Each had a coffee mug and a Mac with their iPhones nearby. Looking over their silver rectangle screens with the Apple logo, they greeted me - “Happy New Year”.
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