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PeIrian Spring Academy 林⻘青⼦子 Should things be kept private has been a heated topic since the ancient time. If the Clumbias crews had not allowed the world to know the large island which later named THE US, we might not have developed it into one of the most advanced country now. If Corpernicus had not allowed his heliocentric view to be published, our hu****n nature ****y not have stepped forward into the understanding of the universe as efficiently as we had done. If Van Gogh's brother had kept the paintings from Van for a private collection after Van's death, we might have lost the world-recognition of the ****rvel of the paintings. Things should not be kept private, since most of them have a social value that should be revealed to a certain extent. Examples from various fields all proved my stand and this essay is going to develop my perspectives. To kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee substantiated the discussion by indicating that one's view should not be kept within himself but to allow the general public to aware. As a local lawyer, the protagonist Attitus received a case from a low class citizen who happened to be a black ****n that was despised by others in his town. The poor ****n was accused of raping a white girl however the true fact behind the scene was completely the opposite. Apart from Attitus, no one would pay attention and listen to the black ****n's statement and the local residents even started to stay away from Attitus because by that time in 1950s, the society put the emphasis on the white and a general social ethical value was against the black. Attitus stayed firm with his belief and fighted with the black till the case was accepted by all in his town. Had he kept his personal belief in secret and deluded from the black, no one would respect him afterwards, and the case could not have been justified. Apple, the world well-known electronic producer that has received ****gnificent attention in every single of its new product, in another way proved my point that things, especially new technology, should not be kept private. Ipods, iPads or Macs are developed by Job Steves groups and they had initially faced significant downturn on business. Because of that, their dreams of bringing out mini size electronic facilities to the public was once a far-reaching dream. The development groups tried various ways to raise found to continue their research, to fight with other competitors such as Sony, Nokia and Motorola, to try to release their products the earlier the possible. If the new developed products were not released on ****rket at the right time but kept secret until a later point, other companies might have introduced similar products and the ****rket values for Apple might have declined dra****tically. Most importantly, it would be extremely hard to generate once loyal customers from other companies. Stay foolish, Stay hungry. Stay efficient, Stay fast. PeIrian Spring Academy 林⻘青⼦子 Things should not be kept for secret since they have its values according to social aspect and time. People should be allowed to know what is happening around them, people should be aware or educated on what is right and wrong and one should act as the social breaker to open the window. Things should not be kept until its too late especially in commercial ****rkets, since products have their values according to time, price and ****rket shares. Products that released late might bring completely negative effects to the developer and the company future could probably turn into an absolutely different direction.
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