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Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that l… http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness4/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that l… http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness3/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that l… http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness2/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.&r… http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness/

Apple, iPhone, and the Shifting of Coolness

There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.” I’ve always loved that line, because I feel like what he was really saying was, “You are your own ki…
There’s a wonderful scene in “Almost Famous” in which Philip Seymour Hoffman tells the teenage aspiring writer/protagonist, “I met you. You are not cool.&r… http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/blog/apple-iphone-and-shifting-coolness1/

A New Era of Thrift

Recently, I came across a blog post I originally published in 2009, and was struck by how relevant the thoughts are today. From the June 2009 posting: Perhaps prematurely, I’m contemplating the scars that our Great Recession might leave behind. The foremo…
Recently, I came across a blog post I originally published in 2009, and was struck by how relevant the thoughts are today. From the June 2009 posting: Perhaps prematurely, I&rs… http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/discussion/new-era-thrift/

Will Consumers in China Settle for Less?

The explosion of consumer demand in emerging markets—think cars in China—is forcing massive changes in how manufacturers coordinate and execute production on a global scale. The automotive industry, for example, has spent decades focusing on mass producti…
The explosion of consumer demand in emerging markets—think cars in China—is forcing massive changes in how manufacturers coordinate and execute production on a global … http://mlsummit.gilcommunity.com/blog/will-consumers-china-settle-less/

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