How Japanese tea culture influenced Steve Jobs and Apple
How Japanese tea culture influenced Steve Jobs and Apple A recent post on asia-centric blog Matcha Tea investigates the sway Japanese culture had over Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, and how that country's meditations on aesthetic beauty, mindfulness and life influenced what has become one of the world's largest companies.
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Launch this sleek, stealthy drone from the palm of your hand [Deals] | Cult of Mac
Launch this sleek, stealthy drone from the palm of your hand [Deals] | Cult of Mac We’ve all got a jones for drones, but not all of us have the space or cash to hang up a 5-foot-wide quad-copter in our garage. The SKEYE Nano, now available in a Batwing-worthy shade of black, solves both problems, small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and at $39.99 it’s cheap enough to keep cash in your pocket.
So many college students are going to be busted on campus by the new eye in the sky.