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What the Steve Jobs movie got right, and wrong










Kim Kardashian gallery Within a specified chat network, web users can discuss anything they wantas long as the topics are related to the networks niche. Chatwings chat networks are also essential in reaching important target audiences. In any chat network, Chatwing users can share read this their own chat rooms , websites, blogs, and even forums. The window for the creation of the movie chat network is up to three months, since we have other features coming up, Says Mike Diamond, a lead developer for Chatwing. They can talk about lots of stuff in the movie chat network. <br>Source: http://www.sfgate.com/business/press-releases/article/Chatwing-Announces-Movie-Chat-Network-Possibility-4741026.php







Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Movie poster artist Drew Struzan gets the doc treatment Whitney Matheson, USA TODAY 10:42 a.m. EDT August 16, 2013 A new documentary examines the career of artist Drew Struzan. (Photo: drewthemovie.com) SHARE 78 CONNECT 20 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE When I look at a Drew Struzan poster, I'm immediately transported to my childhood. Struzan is the artist behind some of the most iconic hand-painted movie posters of all time, from the Star Wars franchise to the Back to the Future movies to the Indiana Jones films. (He also did The Goonies, the Harry Potter movies, E.T., Hook ... <br>Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/popcandy/2013/08/16/drew-struzan/2664217/







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I considered Steve Jobs one of the worlds greatest corporate presenters because he always explained the problem that his product would solve. The introduction of iTunes Music Store in 2003 is perhaps the best example of this approach. In one presentation Steve Jobs turned around public opinion, convincing customers that it was in their best interest to pay for something (songs) that they could otherwise get for free at the time. In this video clip you can watch Jobs demonstrate the upsides and downsides of the status quo, followed by his solution, the 99 cent song on the iTunes Music Store. Your audience needs to understand the problem your idea solves. Dont leave them guessing. Explain it clearly. <br>Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/carminegallo/2013/08/16/10-powerful-quotes-from-the-steve-jobs-movie-and-what-they-teach-us-about-leadership/







"Steve's a fruitarian," one of his buddies says -- a reference to the unusual diet of her young son, who once went a whole week eating only apples. It's not clear whether such a scene actually took place. According to Isaacson's book, which was written with Jobs' cooperation, the early business plan for Apple was hammered out over a period of weeks at Markkula's house. There's no mention in the book of what they ate. Wozniak is almost a minor character The shy Woz has never gotten enough credit for the early success of Apple, and he fades into the background in the movie as well, lost in the shadow cast by Jobs' larger-than-life persona. The real-life Wozniak more... didn't cooperate with the makers of "Jobs" -- he's apparently been consulting instead on the upcoming Sorkin biopic -- and maybe that explains why his role feels underwritten. The filmmakers also took some creative liberties with a few of Wozniak's most prominent scenes. One shows Wozniak startling Jobs in redirected his office late one night in 1985 by telling him that he's leaving Apple. <br>Source: http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/15/tech/innovation/steve-jobs-movie







Really," tweeted 9to5Mac editor Scott Buscemi . That's Apple's latest marketing effort marketing tease, really for the to-be-released redesign of its Mac Pro. The company is slapping teasers for the cylindrical computer as part of a movie theater advertising push, publishing the fact that the updated system is expected to arrive in fall of this year. We don't have a copy of the movie theater ad, but we've embedded Apple's original teaser from this year's WWDC at the bottom of this post if you'd like a little visual refresh of the unique tweaks Apple's made to the Mac Pro. While it's unclear as to what Apple's Mac Pro might ultimately cost, be prepared to spend a not-so-insignificant amount if you're interested in picking up one of the systems. <br>Source: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2423245,00.asp



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