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  • Gus shared from Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple's Success by Ken Segall
    Steve had the sensitivities of an artist and was fanatic about details, just as the legend says. He wasn’t debating the use of a single letter because he was controlling, he did this because he thought it was important. For Steve, there was no such thing as an unimportant detail.
    Note: No such thing as an unimportant detail.
  • Gus shared from Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple's Success by Ken Segall
    Instead of asking you to buy this device, Apple was asking you to buy the emotion.
    Note: On the marketing strategy of Apple for iPod.
  • Gus shared from Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple's Success by Ken Segall
    Simplicity is the love child of two of the most powerful forces in business: Brains and Common Sense.
    Note: Simplicity is the love child of two of the most powerful forces in business: Brains & Common Sense.
  • Gus shared from The Free Press by Hilaire Belloc
    There never was a time in European history when the mass of people thought so little for themselves, and depended so much (for the ultimate form of their society) upon the conclusions and vocabulary of a restricted leisured body.
    Note: This is around the turn of the century.
  • Gus shared from The Free Press by Hilaire Belloc
    For we must remember that the professional politicians all stand in together when a financial swindle is being carried out. There is no "opposition" in these things.
    Note: Only when politicians are united.
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Gus Raya
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