“Mallon A. Snyder, a trial lawyer from suburban Maryland who has served as president of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, said Shakespeare would have gotten a kick out of how there is "so much turmoil over a quote that was supposed to be thought-provoking.” Who says the Wall Street Journal isn’t fun?
Not sure Steve Jobs would have done this.
I’ve written - and read - a lot about Cook’s leadership of Apple. I like him, what he’s doing, and where Apple is headed strategically. Apple’s integration strategy, rolling out this fall, will make switching between devices (i.e., iPad, iPhone, Mac) seamless. While highly anticipated in the Apple Geek community, “muggles” will be awed and I predict that Apple growth jumps as a result.
2014-08-23 Update: “You have Steve Jobs, who was the innovator, the visionary, and you have Tim Cook, who is a good steward of the business and is an excellent executor, from 4 Ways Tim Cook Has Changed Apple As CEO.
Hackers have breached customer databases at Neiman Marcus, and now, the latest, SuperValu - at 200 stores. Credit card PINs, the equivalent of two-factor authorization for web sites, are widely used in Europe. Since they’re not widely used in the U.S., American retailers are the easy target. Get ready to memorize PINs for each your credit cards, which will significantly reduce this threat.
2014-08-20 Update: "In all, U.S. lenders will issue more than 575 million chip credit and debit cards by the end of 2015, representing roughly half of the one billion cards now in circulation, according to an industry-group projection."