We can only imagine what he would say in response to “price fixer” being added to the list by an overreaching, innovation-suppressing government.
He invented nothing although he patented a lot of stupid stuff like the shape of tablet, but he did understand that the public wanted technology that simply worked as it was supposed to and was incrementally improved each year. That is somewhat innovative, but certainly not creative.
Jonah Lehrer on How to Be Creative - WSJ.com
Wonderful! Congrats Such camaraderie is a mngmnt lesson in and of itself
“For this, “YOU SHALL NOT COMMIT ADULTERY, YOU SHALL NOT MURDER, YOU SHALL NOT STEAL, YOU SHALL NOT COVET,” and if there is any other commandment, it is summed up in this saying, “YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF.” Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.” Romans 13:9-10 NASB
in exchange for cheaper devices that reach the market quicker. Then, when The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal publishes a report about “breaches of user trust”, people blow a gasket. Do you know why these companies do these things time and time again? They need to, to remain competitive and to satisfy the customer’s demands.
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