It’s technology married with liberal arts that makes our hearts sing.
Conduct an Internet search for the Apple iPad using the words magical and revolutionary and you will find more than two million links to articles containing the phrase. It’s an interesting choice of words when you consider that before 10:00 A.M. on January 27, 2010, many observers were skeptical that consumers needed another electronic device to carry around. By 11:00 A.M. they were converts.
After the iPad launch, Steve Jobs would unveil more new devices in subsequent presentations, including the iPhone 4, the iPad2, and iCloud—not a device exactly, but a new service first introduced in June of 2011. Each presentation was classic ...