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The rhetoric of a generation.

Standard desktop computers, as much as laptops, have really never changed design for over 170 years (since Charles Babbage invented the computer) – it is still a lump that you have to goto to use.

The computer tells us what to do.

Mobile computing is different – we tell it what to do, we do not have to answer to the demanding box in the corner of the room.

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What is “Positively Disruptive”?

We (globally), in case you hadn’t noticed, are in an economic whirlwind. Not only that but we’re in “turmoil” with a change in society – driven by “digital”.

It would appear, from the explanation given to me, that in times of recession the businesses that do well are the ones that are positively disruptive – i.e they bring to the table a difference that is up-held by the need of the people.

Recession is brought on by a lack of confidence, therefore, if you reverse the lack of confidence you should get the return of confidence.

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So apps have overtaken the web then.

Take the electrical grid. When was the last time you logged onto it?

Strange question, but you don’t really, or do you? Yes you do, but today you’d call it “putting the kettle on” – the kettle being the app (conveniently for this analogy, an appliance).

TV, microwave, radio, light, all are apps that do one thing well but via a grid (electrical). The apps we are taking about today are the same but the grid is the web/internet.

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