Lessons from the Apple iPhone 2.0

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  1. shuitao says:

    This is great. Thanks for writing. Simplicity and complexity we are always balancing something. Thanks for laying out the mobile marketing analogy.

  2. Taleese says:

    I do teach. I’ve been to a lot of “how to teach” classes-most uninspiring. I’ve heard a lot of sermons-many too easily forgotten. This was a very simple message, that had all the great sermon-teaching elements in it. And I found it one of the more helpful things I’ve heard. This summer I’m going to attempt to teach my 8 year old son to read. And I’m going to try to keep it fun, accessible, friendly, usable, and engaging. I hope to be just that much better of a parent because of your words. Thanks.

  3. Margaret says:

    Life would be so much better if we could simplify it. I’m going to look at mine and see what complications I can eliminate. One thing I love about the Book of Mormon is that it makes truth “plain and simple”. So easy to understand. I don’t think the Lord meant for His gospel to be complicated.


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