03.02.2012 [Macleans.ca] - by Richard Warnica on Friday, February 3, 2012 11:02am - 0 Comments A Taiwanese electronics company is using an actor playing the ghost of SteveJobs to pitch its products, CBC reported Friday. That's the bad news. The good news: There are no reports
25.01.2012 [Macleans.ca] - by John Geddes on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 8:20am - 0 Comments A few years before his death last fall, SteveJobs gave a commencement address in which he placed surprising emphasis on, of all things, a calligraphy course he took just after dropping
Walter Isaacson was a Rhodes scholar, CEO of CNN, and managing editor of Time Magazine. He's written biographies on Benjamin Franklin, Henry Kissinger & Albert Einstein. His most famous work however, is SteveJobs' biography. Researched and written before the Apple founder's death, it chronicles the life of the tech-guru highlighting the two sides of the man that were seemingly at odds with each other, yet allowed him to create some of the most widely used technology of the modern age.
03.02.2012 [Montreal Gazette] - ... Your Voice in My Head, by Emma Forrest; Made to Be Broken, by Kelley Armstrong; Daughters-in-Law, by Joanne Trollope; Willful Blindness, by Margaret Heffernan; Bride of New France, by Suzanne Desrochers Selling well: SteveJobs, by Walter Isaacson;
03.02.2012 [Globe and Mail] - When SteveJobs went home, he kicked back and listened to... vinyl? So says Neil Young, who is on a mission to improve the sound of digital music. He thinks the Podfather would have joined him on this crusade were he alive today, though Young's music
03.02.2012 [Canada.com] - The next SteveJobs is being held back by rules written during the age of the typewriter." With the US economy on the mend, many businesses have decried the lack of funds available for early-stage businesses so they can expand and create new jobs.
02.02.2012 [Vancouver Sun] - The comic book comes from Vancouver-based Bluewater Productions, which has also produced pop culture comic books on Glee, the Three Stooges, Jon Stewart, SteveJobs, Tina Fey, Gabrielle Giffords, Taylor Swift and Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins.
Was George Orwell right about 1984? - Keynote address at Apple's annual sales conference first introducing the Macintosh "1984" commercial, which ends with the announcer saying "On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you'll see why 1984 won't be like 1984." (October 1983) - (online video)
03.02.2012 [Toronto Star (blog)] - From Facebook's IPO filing to the best-selling SteveJobs biography to dirt-cheap big-screen TVs in time for Super Bowl Sunday, everyone is talking tech these days. In other words, geek is the new chic. And so why not resist the predictable Valentine's
03.02.2012 [Edmonton Journal] - The comic book comes from Vancouver-based Bluewater Productions, which has also produced pop culture comic books on Glee, the Three Stooges, Jon Stewart, SteveJobs, Tina Fey, Gabrielle Giffords, Taylor Swift and Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins.
02.02.2012 [Infopackets] - The law firm that accused Apple of conspiring to fix the prices of electronic books has made new allegations, offering quotes from key Apple executives, including former Apple boss SteveJobs, as evidence of collusion. Hagens Berman has filed a class
01.02.2012 [Saanich News] - Laugh at the criticism of the personal hygiene and scruffy appearance of Apple founders SteveJobs and Steve Wozniak, young men tolerated as genius hippies. Jobs, of course, went on to be fired by the very venture capitalist who helped launch Apple
27.01.2012 [MobileSyrup.com] - Some say he has the visionary personality of a SteveJobs without the business sense, while others say he just arrived at Palm at the wrong time. After leaving Apple in 2006 he hadn't meant to rejoin another company, but was persuaded by Palm to join
24.01.2012 [MobileSyrup.com] - In June 2011, SteveJobs met with Lytro inventor and CEO Ren Ng, who created the Lytro “whole light field” camera. The simple point-and-shoot box camera contains af/2 aperture and an 8x optical zoom lens, but its genius is in the way it captures light:
31.01.2012 [Infopackets] - McGraw-Hill chief executive officer Terry McGraw credits the late SteveJobs for helping pioneer the idea of digital textbooks. McGraw says he had been discussing such a project with the former Apple chairman as early as June 2011.
28.01.2012 [Truro Daily News] - SteveJobs." This is Spence's third year at the event held at the Marigold Cultural Centre in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association and the local Colchester East Hants branch, but it was her first time speaking at it.