There was lots of speculation in recent weeks that Apple might be running a Super Bowl commercial this year to mark the 30th birthday of Macintosh—and of the Super Bowl spot that so famously launched it. That didn't happen. But this morning, Apple did release just such an ad online.
Christina Guenther's insight:
Some of the scenes remind me of the Microsoft commercial a little bit but still brilliant.
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Having a group brainstorming session isn’t wrong but it shouldn’t be thought of as a single event. Instead, group brainstorming should be considered part of a process that includes sufficient time for individual thought.
The point of brainstorming is to set aside uninterrupted time to think about how to solve a problem. This doesn’t mean a brainstorming session has to always be done in a group setting to be effective.