OK, so this will interest only about 3 of you...
but never let it be said I was pandering to the masses here. This is a great article on two of my favorite subjects - Apple and innovation - and how the latter may be the undoing of the former.

Fast Company | If He's So Smart...Steve Jobs, Apple, and the Limits of Innovation:
"Everyone knows Parisians are snobs. So it probably shouldn't have come as a surprise that an unshaven, middle-aged American, speaking English and dressed in cuffed jeans, sneakers, and a worn black T-shirt, was rudely turned away from the bar at a lavish fete inside Paris's Musee d'Orsay on September 16, 2003. Except that the man was Steven P. Jobs, the cofounder and chief executive of Apple Computer Inc., and it was his party."


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