Michael Phillips Moskowitz

founder and CEO of AeBeZe Labs

Michael Phillips Moskowitz on KCRW

Some people are trying "digital minimalism” as a means to wean themselves off of smartphone addiction.

New app delivers mood-boosting 'digital drugs'

Some people are trying "digital minimalism” as a means to wean themselves off of smartphone addiction.

from Design and Architecture

When news broke that Jony Ive would leave Apple, where he served as the company’s design guru for 30 years, the company’s share price dropped by $9 billion.

Will Apple be less shiny without designer Jony Ive?

When news broke that Jony Ive would leave Apple, where he served as the company’s design guru for 30 years, the company’s share price dropped by $9 billion.

from Design and Architecture

Some people are trying "digital minimalism” as a means to wean themselves off of smartphone addiction.

A new app delivers mood-boosting “digital drugs”

Some people are trying "digital minimalism” as a means to wean themselves off of smartphone addiction.

from Design and Architecture

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