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Certainly great advice by Markkula, but it also took the Jobs' unflinching fearlessness to willingly and continually disrupt "who we are now" for the promise of "what we could / should become." Jobs' ability to bet everything on his gut was awe-inspiring. When Ive and his team came up with four new colors to compliment the Bondi Blue offering, for example, Jobs got excited and told the execs they'd be going ahead with that. "In most places that decision would have taken months," Ive recalled. "Steve did it in a half hour."
My latest conversation: Swag for swag’s sake is just trash. swag1 – transplant
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lizrog I agree. He should take a break from women, not golf.
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crazypheel veronicavallez I have the #kindle. It's friggin' great. New e-readers have color -- voila: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/03/worlds-first-co/
3 years, 5 months ago on will kindle and other ereaders eventually kill the book? i think it's doubtful.
Blood Sport. Van Damme :)
3 years, 5 months ago on Cameron's Avatar: Revolutionary or Ridiculous?
cloverfogler Funny, I didn't see Titanic (and still haven't) just because everyone said I HAD to see it.
jkretch Agreed, but I think dumbing it down for the masses was probably the safe bet for a full recoup :)
jkretch Saw the movie Saturday. I'll be back to relive the visuals on IMAX. Though I agree the substance and dialogue were lacking, it was in line with the Hollywood need to recoup the money invested -- what was that, $750,000,000? Sound design was also gooey and trite.