The Beauty of Simplicity

The latest shiny new toy on the smartphone market is the Apple watch. Joining its predecessors, it splashes onto the screen by revolutionising how we gesticulate, interact and understand the world. It has created a whole new way of communicating with a watch simply with light tapping movements or applied pressure, gentle rotations of the side dial, and voice commands and control. The REAL magic of Apple products is not in the technology. Each… Read More

You Compute Me

Let me start off with a confession: In my entire life, I have never used a dating app or a dating website. Of course, I am now a happily married man, but I have been single in the internet era. Yet, I never saw the appeal in meeting women online. (I did develop a very simplistic matchmaker program in computer class in high school, back in the 80s. But that’s a story… Read More

#8TrackFriday – June 5, 2015 – Erik Ingvoldstad

Click here to skip to the music Music is the most powerful emotional connector in the world. And at Acoustic, we love music. We may not always agree between us what the best music is, but we are certainly passionate about the artist we love and follow. Music is highly shareable, and best when it’s enjoyed together. That’s why we are introducing #8TrackFriday – a Spotify playlist from one of the Acoustic team… Read More

Will the Real Singapore Please Stand Up

“How do you like Singapore?”, “Oh it’s nice, love the food, fantastic shopping and I love/hate the weather. But I do think it’s a bit boring.” Sounds familiar? It’s pretty much what most western tourists would say about Singapore if they’re asked. Actually, even quite a few expats would describe Singapore in a similar fashion. But does that make it true? Is Singapore a boring, unimaginative and bland place where bankers come… Read More

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