Going Back In Time: Turning The Modern iPad Into An 80′s Toy

Now the Etch-a-Sketch, that beloved toy which started life in the 1960s and amused children for the next three decades, is coming back – thanks to the help of the iPad.


The iTreadmill

At least that’s the thrust of a patent the company applied for, which involves a “sports equipment apparatus” with smart components to let it interface with an iPod or iPhone.


Today in Entrepreneurial History: April 11

On this date in 1976, the Apple I was first demonstrated by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, founds of the Apple Inc.


Making a Business Out of Standing in Line

Do you need to attend a congressional or judicial hearing but don’t have the time to stand in line?


Today in Entrepreneurial History: January 24

Historically, January 24 was both a good day, and a bad day for entrepreneurs.


Today in Entrepreneurial History: January 22

1889 – Columbia Phonograph is formed in Washington, D.C.


Business Fads

There is no other field of human activity—including entertainment, sports, high fashion, or politics—which is so riddled by fads as business.


About Last Night: The Beginning Of A Tech Dynasty

Meet Darren Dodge, founder of About Last Night.


Steve Jobs Was a Tweaker, Not an Inventor

In the eulogies that followed Jobs’s death, last month, he was repeatedly referred to as a large-scale visionary and inventor.

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