Category Archives: Technology

Inside Steve’s Brain by Leander Kahney

This book is a biography mostly focused on Jobs’ professional life at Apple. The following are a few of the topics discussed in the book which I enjoyed. It is often mentioned that Jobs had an incredible reality distortion field. Andy Hertzfeld described … Continue reading

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Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products by Leander Kahney

“What people are responding to is much bigger than the object. They are responding to something rare — a group of people who do more than simply make something work, they make the very best products they possibly can. It’s … Continue reading

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My Journey to Web Development Land Part II

Okay, so I wasnt totally sure what I wanted to do within the tech industry. Startups require a lot of grit, determination, and often bootstrapping. Everyone is overworked and constantly juggling a multitude of tasks at once. The inability to … Continue reading

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My Journey to Web Development Land… Part I

Shortly after graduating, I realized I wanted to be in the tech industry. I didn’t know any other details: the type of company I wanted to work for or what role/function I’d want to have.  I barely even knew why … Continue reading

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UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging. – A Book Review

“Twitter isn’t social media if you use it to just send out ads and blog post updates (Pg. 27).” I thoroughly enjoyed Scott Stratten’s book on marketing. The book was focused on two major (marketing) components: tips for using specific … Continue reading

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Some potential effects of a more connected world

While many people discuss and gripe about the slowness of the world’s innovation, it is clear that a lot has changed. Our world may look similar to that of our parents, however, this perception is merely focused on external conditions. … Continue reading

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