Why Apple’s iPhone SE will become THE mainstream smart phone

Why Apple’s iPhone SE will become THE mainstream smart phone

iPhone SE Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 21 April 2020 Why Apple’s iPhone SE will become THE mainstream smart phone I’ve certainly been writing quite a bit about our COVID-19 messaging model that tracks the changes in human motivators during this time. And,...
What brands can learn from podcasting

What brands can learn from podcasting

Podcasting Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 4 November 2019 What brands can learn from podcasting In a bit of irony, I remember listening to The Ringer’s Bill Simmons a few years back saying that podcasting would become one of the fastest growing media...
Smart glasses making a comeback. This time, with Apple.

Smart glasses making a comeback. This time, with Apple.

Smart glasses Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 14 October 2019 Smart glasses making a comeback. This time, with Apple. Well, maybe I don’t know everything. With the announcement that Apple will be unveiling its own smart glasses, it’s time to fess up. Google...
The new iPadOS resuscitates the iPad

The new iPadOS resuscitates the iPad

iPadOS Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 3 October 2019 The new iPadOS resuscitates the iPad Just last week I waxed poetic about Apple Arcade. To truncate my musings, I loved the new addition to the brand, but found a few misses with the concept. (Namely, why...
Using Google Drive is an exercise in punishment

Using Google Drive is an exercise in punishment

Using Google Drive  Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 27 August 2019 Using Google Drive is an exercise in punishment So yeah. As readers are keenly aware, I am both a tech-junkie and an Apple fanboy. Just check out a smattering of my posts on the brand. As...
Mercari pummels Craigslist with simplicity

Mercari pummels Craigslist with simplicity

Mercari and simplicity Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 11 June 2019 Mercari pummels Craigslist with simplicity Before I get to Mercari, let me say a few words about Craigslist. There was a portion of my life where I fully embraced the world of Craigslist. In...
Moog Synthesizers never sway from their core beliefs

Moog Synthesizers never sway from their core beliefs

Moog Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 7 June 2019 Moog Synthesizers never sway from their core beliefs I never would have imagined that in my 60th decade I would have taken such a fancy to the world of electronic instruments. Granted, it wasn’t until our work...
Design of Nest also its Achilles heel

Design of Nest also its Achilles heel

Nest Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 9 April 2019 Design of Nest also its Achilles heel About five years back, I splurged on a Nest thermostat. Then, as is apropos of my marital existence, I pled with my wife for forgiveness. You see, it was really hard for...
Amazon Dash never really made sense

Amazon Dash never really made sense

Amazon Dash Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 5 March 2019 Amazon Dash never really made sense I admire Amazon’s product ingenuity. So much that I own just about as many Amazon devices as I do from Apple — which is quite the feat for an uber-Apple fan like me....
Netflix downloads grow more robust

Netflix downloads grow more robust

Netflix downloads Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 16 July 2018 Netflix downloads grow more robust It’s a stunner to me that only a few streaming services do it, but why don’t more of them offer downloads of their content like Netflix? OK, Amazon Prime...
What’s next for the Dell brand?

What’s next for the Dell brand?

The Dell brand Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 2 July 2018 What’s next for the Dell brand? There’s more than something to be said for finding a company’s niche, as it were. In fact, that’s the definition of a brand: Identifying who you are for and who you...
Dow Jones kicks out GE. Now what?

Dow Jones kicks out GE. Now what?

Dow Jones ousts GE Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 20 June 2018 Dow Jones kicks out GE. Now what? In 1896, the stock market adds GE as one of Dow Industrial Average’s first companies. As of June 26th of this year, it will no longer be part of the DJIA. I...