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“The brand enjoyed a 15-year reign over classically cool, affordable American style, but it has spent the past decade-plus struggling with an identity crisis while new retailers have colonized much of its domain.”
“America will not dominate the 21st century by making cheaper computer chips but instead by constantly reimagining how computers and other new technologies interact with human beings.”
“In 2011 I visited a yard where men dismantled old aluminum deck chairs imported from somewhere warm and vacation-like. Over to one side was a pile of the blue and white nylon stripping that once hung between the metal frames (later to be sold to a plastics recycler), and a woman who spent the evening cutting it away from the
“You can argue that AA’s original decision not to airbrush out, and many times, even flaunt those ‘private parts’ was nothing but a gimmick to court controversy-seeking press — and you may be right. But I can’t think of a single other online brand that doesn’t Photoshop them out.”
And if you’re interested in reading my Good Friday meditation, you can check it out here.
I’m interested in knowing what you’ve been reading lately. Feel free to recommend some articles in the comments.