iPhone takes initiative in radical and disruptive innovation

In 2007, Apple introduced the world to the smartphone. The debut of the first-generation iPhone would prove to be a radical and disruptive innovation within the mobile phone industry, creating an entirely new market of users who expected a suite of features not available on traditional handheld devices that did not connect to the Internet. […]

The Beauty of Pollution

NASA has created a model called, Goddard Earth Observing System Forward Processing (GEOS FP). It shows Aerosol particles that are suspended in our atmosphere in a visual fashion that is easy to understand. Not only is it beautiful (to be honest wanted to make it my desktop photo), but it is also informative. At first […]

A Blast From Our Past: Establishing the Unconventional

For the sake of this post, I must reiterate a point I have stated before, I love film. Film is a incredible medium that allows people to represent positions and personally constructed visions of entertainment to public sources. As 21st century filmmakers, we have the control to produce forms of entertainment, while also sticking to […]

Out with the old and in with the new

While reading The Master Switch by Tim Wu, it didn’t take long for me to question the past, present, and future of communication technologies. The telephone, radio, and film industry have struggled with competition issues and have all endured a rise and fall within their development. The telegraph to the phone, the phone to the […]

Doubt me, then Watch me.

Growth, whether it be personal, social, economical, political or physical happens every day. In our society growth is inevitable. People are exposed to new ideas and knowledge every day, which can sometimes lead to advancements. Innovation leads to ideas which can sometimes lead to inventions. Tim Wu’s novel The Master Switch: the Rise and Fall […]

The Outside Inventor

“The outsider has nothing to lose” (Wu, 20). It is just this mentality that Tim Wu maintains throughout most of his book, The Master Switch, describing the world’s most innovative tech inventors. Wu argues that these creators, the so-called “outside inventors,” function at a distance from business regulations, monetary pressures, and other conditions that affect […]

Creative Barriers and the Production of Culture

The creative industries are defined as, “those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have a potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property.” According to, “Whats the Creative Industry Doing About Diversity?” approximately 11.4% of industry jobs are filled by black, Asian […]