Yesterday, technology enthusiasts huddled around blogs to learn about Apple’s new products. They were fine, but there was something about the hype surrounding them that felt familiar. And then, a few hours later, I realized it: The iPhone of today is the Nike Air shoes of the 1990s.
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I'll be perfectly honest with you. I didn't really like the design of the new World Trade Center, when it first won approval. It seemed basic. But I watched it rise, and I saw it start to shine, catching reflections of the surrounding downtown skyscrapers. I realized I'd missed something early on.
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There are a few innovative aspects of iOS 7, and a lot of borrowed concepts. The new AirDrop product is a little bit of both. The sharing app makes it easy to share photos, images and other bits of content with your friends. It's undeniably easier than in iOS6—you can share with multiple friends in just three taps. No…
I'd love to see this sort of chart for the whole diaspora of race and gender. About this one:
…except red eye.