Tog on the iPhone

18 Jan 2007 - 6:53am
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Mark Schraad
2006

Tog's writes up is an excellent and very comprehensive review on nn/
g that details nearly every feature and its level of evo' vs revo'
originality. He fall just slightly short of making the comparison to
the first personal computer... whatever that was. All the tools and
technology were already in place. It just took someone to put them
together in a coherent, well selected attribute set that has high
utility and put in an affordable package. Revolutionary (?) - only in
the combination and the outcomes, but that is where it counts.

-Mark

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18 Jan 2007 - 5:24pm
Esteban Barahona
2006

2007/1/18, Mark Schraad <mschraad en mac.com>:
>
> Tog's writes up is an excellent and very comprehensive review on nn/
> g that details nearly every feature and its level of evo' vs revo'
> originality. He fall just slightly short of making the comparison to
> the first personal computer... whatever that was. All the tools and
> technology were already in place. It just took someone to put them
> together in a coherent, well selected attribute set that has high
> utility and put in an affordable package. Revolutionary (?) - only in
> the combination and the outcomes, but that is where it counts.
>
> -Mark

Yes. Inspiration in others' work/production and joining of the dots is an
important part of creativity... I guess the problem is on
Internationalization.

The iPhone is NOT an international product. On an era of no-boundaries
netizens this is not enough. It's a start. 1984 & 2007

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