More appears like less by simply moving it far, far away

The laws of simplicity is a great book, and I was reminded this morning of one of it’s key points. John Maeda explains more:

Think of the power of Google which runs from a simple, lightweight text input box in your web browser to access Google’s vast network of computers and databases. You are spared having to house your own massive racks of computing equipment required to process a Google query.

Check the simplicity site here and buy the book here.