Monthly Archives: January 2010


Presentation of the Unicist Standard to Deal with Adaptive Systems

The Unicist Standard to deal with adaptive system began with the development of conceptual design models, future research models and organizational models. It used the conceptual structure of the unified field of a reality to emulate the structure of nature.

Access the Unicist Standard to Deal with Adaptive Systems at: http://peterbelohlavek.net/blog/?page_id=126

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Peter Belohlavek

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Apple's I-pad is a “back to the future strategy”

Unicist ontology of AppleComputers emulate  the ancestral human habits in order to simplify the use of the computer and “insert” it into the basic human needs.

If someone remembers “He-Man”, a cartoon of the eighties, he will notice that success always includes some new unknown aspects integrated with solid aspects that are within the myths of a culture.

He-Man used the powers of the future with the sword of the past.

To understand Apple it is necessary to apprehend the extraordinary capacity of the company to integrate the technology of the future with ancestral habits of the past.

When this complementation is adequate the success is guaranteed. Using the Unicist Standard this experience can be emulated, but not copied.

Congratulations again.

Peter Belohlavek

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