Thirty years ago Apple unveiled its iconic “1984” Super Bowl commercial, announcing the release of the Macintosh personal computer. Steve Jobs had already previewed the commercial, publicly announcing his plucky little company was about to… Continued
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In an age of sound bites, acronyms and 140-character messages, the long form letter is still a great way to communicate ideas.
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