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About sourcetonuts

The only thing that you have to do today, is procrastinate.

The line of machines behind Apple

Apple’s advantages aren’t just its marketing, shine, or anything at all fancy. Apple is top-notch at boring supply chain management. Check this article on  ‘How is it that Apple is able to beat every single table vendor on price?’ Apple with its industrial manufacturing purchasing power is buying up … Continue reading

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Just another reading machine

Ebooks are all the rage now. I worked @ Kurzweil Technologies on the Blio ebook reader software application that runs on many platforms with plans to run on more machines. Kid’s books were really cool on the Blio, since the software … Continue reading

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Never leave home

betcha you’ll want one of these. no more looking for the #$*&ing remote control – it’s already in your pocket.

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Innovation and resources

As a society, lately we’ve tossed aside America’s true innovations in factories, machines and automation. If America is anything it is about hard work, productivity and yes, innovation. But we can’t ignore any leg of the triangle or the tripod … Continue reading

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Machines make a kinection

Apple’s real innovation is Steve Job’s attention to detail, elegance, Occum’s Razor/KISS or as attributed to Einstein. “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.” Apple’s forte is also a beautiful marketing sense and – like Microsoft -brute … Continue reading

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A looking glass into the machine

The iPad wasn’t really anything new, but it sure has lit a fire as if it’s something new. Basically, it’s a tablet computer or just a fat iPod Touch. I mean do you remember the Dynabook or Memex? Yeah, definitely an old idea! … Continue reading

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Getting Started

This site is going to introduce and discuss Apple products being used for machines and industrial applications.

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