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Friday, 17 October 2014 21:30

I Killed My Android

I Killed My Android


My 15 month experiment with Android is over. It began so promising only to sour in the end.

I purchased the original iPhone in 2007 which I used primarily for work. I knew then that we were looking at the future of the mobile device which ultimately proved to be true. Today, almost all mobile phones have iPhone-like user friendly screens and software that can accomplish most of what your laptop can. And 2007 was when most companies wouldn’t support Outlook e-mail on the device, so I endured a clumsy work-around. Nevertheless, the phone was like purchasing your first car, opening up a new world of freedom and excitement.

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Tuesday, 02 April 2013 15:02

Sheer Madness - Lululemon

Sheer Madness - LululemonSheer madness Lululemon

So just how sheer is sheer? Apparently, it’s enough to have a product recall, the classic manufacture’s nightmare. Result: embarrassment, tarnished brand and cash spent replacing inventory. Really? Think the brand will suffer? I think not. Not even close.

I maintain that, while expensive for the company to recall product, this will not negatively affect the brand. Why? Consider the following points:

  1. There’s no one else that competes with them in this space. That always helps.
  1. It’s a relatively young brand experiencing massive growth while trying to rein in quality control. They misfired but will be forgiven by their loyal following.
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