Your Brain on Facebook

Today is all about Facebook's big £60 billion IPO. But how did the social media titan get so titanic to begin with? Harvard Business Review's David Rock explains that Facebook is so far ahead of human practice, it actually hacks our brains. Read More >>

User Experience: The Reason Apple Towers Over Sony

Sometimes it's useful to be reminded that a great strategy is only great in context. From the early 1980s and into the 90s, Sony's was great. The unrivaled master of the consumer electronics world, its name was synonymous with cutting-edge technology, sophistication, and desirability. People had a collective vision back then of a thrilling yet humane future, and Sony's hyper-capable, slightly fussy gadgets were its clearest expression. It was much more than just the Walkman and the Trinitron-everything the company made was of impeccable quality, satisfying to hold and intricately detailed in its functionality. Read More >>


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