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Hi everyone! So as to provide a break from my unvarying (but no doubt entertaining!) blogging voice, today’s entry is by our first Tusitala intern, Melissa. And here it is:
This is the first official blog post of the New Year- 2011. Thus, I have decided to share with everyone an engaging article that my fellow editor, Soumya, forwarded me this a
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fternoon. My attention was hooked right from its simple yet extremely catchy title: “APPLE V GOOGLE”.
Since the launch of its first signature device– the Mac–in the mid 1980s, Apple’s public face has grown ever more chic and fashionable. Owners of Macs even today are heralded as ever so slightly more “hip and happening” than the PC-using masses, and one of the greatest strengths of Apple’s products is the intuitiveness and depth of their design and interfaces. In contrast, the term “ Google” immediately brings to mind the efficiency, openness and breadth of the search engine.
The article, published in the Winter 2010 edition of More Intelligent Life, provides an interesting narrative arc to these two giants of the internet. The following extract, for instance, telescopes the hilarious and perplexing devotion of Apple users to their devices:
“Appleism isn’t quite a religion, but it features an almost godlike leader, Steve Jobs. And he even came back from the dead—fired by the board in 1985, he was rehired after a slump in 1997, and revived Apple’s fortunes. Many fans view Apple with devotion: Tony Curtis, who died in October, was buried with his iPhone, like a pharaoh anxious to update his Facebook status from the afterlife.”
The article is as thought-provoking as it is entertaining. Is the iPhone a necessity? How has Apple managed to create such a powerful impact on people? And what about Google’s search function– does it really provide us with everything we need and? (And, if so, doesn’t Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s “Don’t be Creepy” tagline sound even more sinister than it already is?)
Apple or Google, whose side are you on? Is it even possible for the average internet user to take sides? Leave a comment and share your thoughts with us.