Art of a Kind

Lewis Knauss : Returning Grasses

I was very excited to blog this. Perfect for undecided moment or unpredictable thoughts. But I can’t let you guess what it might be because of this awful tag under the image. What the freaking heck were they thinking. Afraid that the work wouldn’t be credited? Geeze.

So the moment of surprise, wonder, and confusion about what it is, what size it is, who could have made this interesting matted thing is lost. What a shame.

It still is quite beautiful however.

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Strategic technology : Apple pushing Safari downloads on Windows users.

What a surprise… Apple is using it’s product position to introduce windows users to another free piece of software. All along I have found the availability of a superior software product like iTunes as a springboard for Apple into the consciousness of windows users. It raises expectations for a more intuitive interface a less cluttered screen. After all, if you use iTunes and you like it — what the heck give the Apple browser a try. Each new product creates a halo of interest for products that work well and an interface that becomes more familiar.iTunes has opened the door for Apple to expand their user base and ultimately move consumers to their products.


This is a capture from the full article at AppleInsider. Look at the stats on internet explorer. Things are changing… and the more Apple can expand its use of web standards in it’s browser the more share it can grab. Continue reading…