Tag Archives: Apple

Goodbye, Flappy


At noon on Sunday, February 10th, 2014, mind-numbingly popular iOS game Flappy Bird mysteriously disappeared from the App Store. Strangely enough, the game was one of the top-selling titles at the time and generated around 50,000 dollars a day for … Continue reading

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Business Strategies: What We Can Learn From Nintendo


The big problem with business success is that it doesn’t last long, and no better example can be given besides Nintendo, the gaming company that brought us Mario, Zelda, the Wii, and the Nintendo DS amongst others. 2011 has been … Continue reading

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My Favorite Fonts


I remember my first time with the computer. At grade school, I messed around with Microsoft Word: I played with the margins, sizing, colors, formats, and other neat things. But the feature that caught my attention the most was the … Continue reading

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The Challenge Barnes & Noble Will Face: The Digital Age Part II


The practice of driving to the bookstore for a book to read at home seems outdated. If you wanted to get a book on psychology for your next book report, how would you get it? Would you rather go to … Continue reading

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How to Type Faster on the iPad


Anyone who owns an iPhone can tell me the tortures of typing on one. Finger by finger, point by point. It takes forever. But Apple’s new iPad can fix the problem, as long as you know how to use it… … Continue reading

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Web Apps Vs. App Store


Web Apps weren’t exactly a cup of tea for iPhone/iPod Touch users, mostly due to the fact that barely any of them actually worked. The iPhone’s Internet Service didn’t have the minimal requirements required to run the applications. Apple must’ve been aware … Continue reading

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