Which products in our life have already or at present going through dissolution of meaning for us from its intended functional utility? The iPhone, iPad and Android devices itself begat a broad sweep of product & services redundancies and here are a few of its languishing victims: Bookstores, personal diaries, declining paid newspaper industry, external hard drives (Mediafire, Dropbox, Google drive, cloud computing should suffice for storage), book maps and atlases, handheld gaming consoles, MP3 devices, CD’s, DVD’s, VCR’s, DVD players, photographic films & stand alone cameras, pagers, voice recorders or dicta-phones, flashlights, encyclopedias, classifieds in newspapers, dial up modems, landline phones, yellow pages and address books, brochures and catalogues, fax machines, wires (most devices and gadgets are wireless these days), hand written letters, walkman, stand alone radio’s, photo albums, bedside alarm clocks, cheque books, desktop computers (replaced with laptops, smartphones & iPad’s) and many others. 1,990 more words
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well, this is my first official blog so far.
i’m a fresh-graduate (soon!) programmer from jakarta. at first i thought that life is so simple.everything goes well if you stick with the system and not mess it up.well, it’s true you have to obey the rule and procedure but, don’t be a robot.i realize that my whole life is a big looping process: 312 more words
Through the past few days I’ve had the opportunity to work in several new projects quite challenging in terms of how accomplish the brand’s goals by having a cristal line clear strategy that leads to the results, I’ve have always said: “Not having a brand strategy is like starting a journey not knowing the final destination”. 411 more words