The iPhone in the Humanities and Arts

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What is required is not a lot of words, but effectual ones.
Seneca (4BC – 65AD)
 
 
 
 
 
Throughout the ages, human beings have used a variety of tools and techniques to communicate and express their ideas about the human condition, and the most effective communication has always had its roots in simplicity. Enter the iPhone, an incredibly simple and easy-to-use device that is improving our lives in a variety of ways, including our access to the arts and humanities.
 
 

Tagline: 
Inexpensive apps available for language studies, philosophy, the arts, and more.
Issue: 
Summer 2009
Department/Section: 
Apps
TOC Weight: 
42
Legacy NID: 
718