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回覆 (271): today’s good read: disruptive innovation vs incremental innovation
I guess you have been busy reading about benign liver tumors then @[email protected]
daiwok
11-08-16
14:37:16
回覆 (270): today’s good read: disruptive innovation vs incremental innovation
> Did you read the book, "Crossing the Chasm" by Geoffrey Moore?  
 
I thumbed through the pages but did not find anything particularly enticing. I have never had an intense interest in sales, which Moore's book was purported to address.  
 
feikeung
11-08-16
14:32:54
回覆 (269): today’s good read: disruptive innovation vs incremental innovation
Dr. Feikeung,  
 
Did you read the book, "Crossing the Chasm" by Geoffrey Moore?
icefox
11-08-16
14:08:30
回覆 (268): today’s good read: disruptive innovation vs incremental innovation
“ What is more important for human progress: continually improving things around us, or creating totally new things? Innovation describes both, but the two approaches make their mark in very different ways. Japan has long made incremental improvement the cornerstone of technical advancement. After months and years of gradual tweaks, products look radically different, as happened with semiconductors, solar cells, batteries, etc. Yet America and Europe aim for disruptive innovation: big new things that transform markets and society. The transistor, the internet and Google are but a few. Incrementalists note that disruptive innovation is never ready for the mainstream until the optimisers come along. But disrupters argue that non-linear discontinuities propel society forward in a way that optimisation alone would never produce. How we answer the question affects how we run companies, spend research money and even educate our children.”  
 
Incremental innovation is NO innovation, in the classical sense of the word ----- 肥強博士如是説  
http://www.economist.com/debate/overview/199
feikeung
11-08-16
13:31:57
回覆 (267): Apple
 
Innovation can not be taught  
 
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feikeung, you have my vote. BTW, what timeline we are looking at to try out the less innovative ARC balanced combo ?  
 
evp1312
11-08-16
13:10:24
回覆 (268): Google bought Motorola for 12.5B
Google bought Motorola  
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Is it the beginning of a patent war with Apple? Any real long term thread to Apple?
bobui
11-08-16
12:24:50
回覆 (267): Google bought Motorola for 12.5B
This sort of deal, reminds me of the busting of the Tech Bubble days around 1999-2000! But this time NASDAQ is in its all time low.  
icefox
11-08-16
02:08:46
回覆 (266): Apple
 
>You think Job has an interest in Hi Fi? <  
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See for yourself:  
 
thekong
11-08-15
17:14:41
回覆 (265): Apple
his guys present different products.  
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You think Job has an interest in Hi Fi? Afterall, the iphone is also a mobile audio device! Heard rumours that Tom Cruise brought the Rockport and hidden it many miles under ground or deep in the mountain for his scientific religion.
bobui
11-08-15
16:09:38
回覆 (264): Apple
but i like Steve Jobs' presence on stage! the most recent one in June, he was like a walking skeleton, poor chap!  
I've watched most of the keynote presentations.  
he has for many years have his guys present different products. Jobs just do an overview of them all.  
 
 
scallywag
11-08-15
15:16:37
回覆 (263): Apple
Can't Job just bring in one smart product marketing guy to work along side himself for the product launch PR activity and gradually play a more back end support. Most people only see face value! More so if you are million miles away and not in anyway connect to the IT industry. I think thats me! Ah  
 
bobui
11-08-15
12:00:39
回覆 (263): Apple
Innovation can not be taught.  
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So true, every single one has its own personality!
icefox
11-08-15
11:53:09
回覆 (263): Apple
I think most people are prepared for the passing of Job's one day. The question is can they still maintain the innovation and keep pushing and delivering like they have since the imac and ipod. The iphone is merely the coming of age of a ipod touch integrating the mobile phone. The apps store has taken apple to another level, but the competition is jumping on board fast.  
 
If you want to know what apple is thinking about, you have to keep an eye on the patent website as some followers do ! never mind the competition !
daiwok
11-08-15
11:50:44
回覆 (262): Apple
Apple’s success is unprecedented but it’s dubious if it can be sustained after Jobs’ passing. So for MBA case studies, Apple is kind of a cult rather than a business model which can be duplicated.  
Innovation can not be taught.  
feikeung
11-08-15
11:35:36
回覆 (261): today's good read --- Slicing an Apple
When you are one of the most successful companies in the world, you could afford a cool office campus!  
 
http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/13/apples-new-headquarters/
icefox
11-08-15
03:04:52
回覆 (260): today's good read --- Slicing an Apple
Dr. feikeung,  
 
Thanks for the good read. This probably explains why, Apple has recently become the most valuable company in the world. AAPL's market cap is now bigger than Exxon Mobil. Nowadays, when I ride MTR, I love to count how many Iphone and Ipad within an comparment. I always lost count, it is countless!  
 
Your diagram rightfully explains why and how AAPL achieves this miracle. It's a major market success. It also shows there is a LONG LONG way to go for our motherland or enerprises from our motherland. Despite MIC products are around every corner of the world. We are still in the very bottom of the value chain. BTW, Foxconn is a Taiwaness company hiring army of relatively low cost labor in our motherland.
icefox
11-08-12
14:20:37
回覆 (259): today's good read --- Slicing an Apple
http://www.economist.com/blogs/dailychart/2011/08/apple-and-samsungs-symbiotic-relationship
feikeung
11-08-11
13:19:23
回覆 (258): today's good read --- London Burns /The Economist
 
 
Please forgive the poor Brits. They know it too well that a big country is beyond their ability to manage. Having shed all  
the colonies as quickly as possible, Britain only wakes up to find that now she is way too small to afford to split any further.  
 
 
limage
11-08-10
11:45:07
回覆 (257): today's good read --- London Burns /The Economist
Ha, but then hypocrisy is the forte of the brits.
drwkng
11-08-10
11:04:56
回覆 (256): today's good read --- London Burns /The Economist
Jean Michel wrote: Aug 9th 2011 4:17 GMT .  
There is a parallel between the riots in London and the recent riots in the Xinjiang province in China. After the riots in Xinjiang, the Economists hinted that the Chinese Government should agree to grant independence to the Xinjiang province so that the inhabitants of Xinjiang can rule themselves. If the Economist wanted to follow the same logic, it should make to same suggestion for the regions where the riots occurred in England, that is, to allow these regions (Tottenham, Brixton, Clapham, etc.) to rule themselves by granting them independence.  
 
http://www.economist.com/blogs/blighty/2011/08/riots-london-0
feikeung
11-08-10
09:37:23
回覆 (255): Snapper
 
幾時先?  
 
I am open to suggestions but we need our leaders approval !
daiwok
11-08-09
20:34:02
回覆 (256): Support Your Local Hookers --- local economy needs your support
Unfortunately that would work this week in SZ
daiwok
11-08-09
20:31:22
回覆 (255): Support Your Local Hookers --- local economy needs your support
feikeung
11-08-09
19:09:00
回覆 (254): Snapper
幾時先?
Derek2A3
11-08-09
12:23:40
回覆 (253): Snapper
 
 
time for another 武林聖火令之 石頭記 飲會 ?  
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好呀,講起又好似口痕囉喎!  
 
 
limage
11-08-09
11:37:58
回覆 (252): Snapper
your building some more ? @[email protected]  
 
time for another 武林聖火令之 石頭記 飲會 ?
daiwok
11-08-08
23:48:17
回覆 (251): Snapper
 
 
Local economy needs your support  
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Yea I know. That's why I keep building concrete blocks only to be knocked down. I believe it helps employment a lot.  
 
limage
11-08-08
17:17:18
回覆 (250): Snapper
 
>It cost me two cartridges. <  
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I hope that was not the Kiseki Lapis Lazuli :-O  
 
thekong
11-08-08
16:45:38
回覆 (249): Snapper
 
Master limage,  
 
Local economy needs your support : )
evp1312
11-08-08
16:39:54
回覆 (248): Snapper
 
 
Wait, not quite. Competent chef would have the red snapper sliced into sashimi alive. The fish will be muttering curses while you eat!  
 
I had one at Tokyo. It cost me two cartridges.  
 
limage
11-08-08
16:31:45
回覆 (247): Snapper
 
When it is prepared in sashimi style, however, it makes a most extravagant dish with the Japanese.  
 
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Yes, I bet it does .....  
 
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evp1312
11-08-08
16:11:30
回覆 (246): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
 
 
One pounder snapper, shit for the table no matter how you cook it !  
 
When it is prepared in sashimi style, however, it makes a most extravagant dish with the Japanese.  
 
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limage
11-08-08
15:17:50
回覆 (245): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
My catches from HK waters rarely exceed 1 kilo in recent years.  
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Sad to hear, but in the same line with my younger brother.
Derek2A3
11-08-05
23:09:30
回覆 (246): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
What you've got there is good enough for Cooking 101.  
Not good enough for 屎弗鬼 Dai9Wok/Feikeung and their ilk.  
 
feikeung
11-08-05
14:12:33
回覆 (245): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
i have one of these. it does not steam but bake my cake without any problem.  
 
drwkng
11-08-05
13:42:14
回覆 (244): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
 
No worries, Dr. Feikeung. My catches from HK waters rarely exceed 1 kilo in recent years.  
 
 
limage
11-08-05
12:43:17
回覆 (243): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
The Sharp has a rather smallish interior and is way too small for your intended use.  
 
feikeung
11-08-05
12:31:59
回覆 (242): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
 
The Sharp AX-1500V SuperSteam Oven  
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Good to hear about this new product. For years I've been looking for a domestic stove strong enough to steam a good fish which I may catch occasionally. A veteran angler who is also a chef told me that regardless of the size of the fish, steaming time should not exceed 5 minutes for best results. In other words, the steam has to be outrageous and the stove which is able to do that would just be absolutely scary. There is no domestic stove I can find stronger than 4.5 kw rating.  
 
This Sharp oven may be the answer.  
 
limage
11-08-05
12:13:23
回覆 (242): Fei Keung’s new toy --- Marantz's flagship VP-11S2 1080p DLP projector
A shoot out --- Marantz VP-11S2 vs Marantz VP-15S1 vs JVC current models --- is in the works  
 
 
feikeung
11-08-04
12:47:32
回覆 (241): Feikeung's new toy from Singapore
The Sharp AX-1500V SuperSteam Oven offers a new cooking technology called SuperSteam Convection that super heats steam to approximately 300 degrees Celsius before being combined with a convection heating system to ensure 'optimal cooking and exceptionally moist and flavorful results.'  
This cooking method also helps to reduce salt, calories and fat content while retaining nutrients.  
 
feikeung
11-08-03
01:02:51
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