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Dumbing down: Innovation isn’t what it used to be

The Macalope admits he’s not really sure what the innovator’s dilemma is. Is it when you get all your innovation ideas from someone else? It’s probably that. Writing for USAToday, Jon Swartz says “Google is beginning to look and feel a lot like Apple.” I put an iPhone in my mouth and then I put a Pixel in my mouth and, to be honest, I couldn’t taste the difference. Swartz found Google’s Pixel announcement to be what the kids used to call “amazeballs” until we said “Kids.
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