“In 2005, Apple moved to Intel to gain equality. In 2020, it’s moved away from Intel to gain superiority,” writes Ken Segall. He worked for Apple and was also part of Intel’s advertising agency team, so he knows a thing or two about the two companies. “By unveiling the M1 processor, Apple has exposed its Moon Monolith to the sun, marking a major inflection point in its existence. ” A fun piece to read, especially if, like me, you are gobsmacked by the audacity of Apple’s chip ambitions.
Actions taken by technology platforms in the wake of Capitol Hill’s events have generated intense debate, especially from within the tech community. But many of the loudest voices have shown little understanding of the nuance of the situation or the historical context of actions taken by various platforms. Writing on her blog, Jillian York of … Continue reading Tech & the American Crisis