Thursday, November 30, 2006
Since a few days, there is a lab satelite in Second Life. We explored this amazing 3D community and bought land in a wonderful region called Netherbeck. My sexy assistant does the work there by creating and selling artwork in our new virtual headquarter. Digital Multiples - all strongly limited and beautiful objects. You can visit us at our Virtual Lab Before teleporting make sure SL is running and you are logged in. Next we will build the laboratories and a stylish media-art museum. Let's meet inside the matrix.
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Monday, November 13, 2006
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Friday, September 29, 2006
The last weeks were very hard steps in my life.
I figured out something good for Labs future.
We redesigned our mantra and interface at the web.
http://www.trendlabor.de Now the path into future is
cleared and lots of wonderful products the factory
will create and design next months. K. Blue was
often at the laboratory and we finished the new pitch.pob teaser today.
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Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Guy Kawasaki is the author of eight books including The Art of the Start, Rules for Revolutionaries, How to Drive Your Competition Crazy, Selling the Dream, and The Macintosh Way. Guy is currently the Managing Director of Garage Technology Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm and a columnist for Forbes.com. Previously, he was an Apple Fellow and Chief Evangelist at Apple Computer where he was one of the few individuals responsible for the early success of the Macintosh computer. See his personal UI: guykawasaki.com and read Guy Kawasaki's wonderful weblog Signum Sine Tinnitu where you can find and study some of the best and fresh sparkling selfpromotion strategies and cyberian softskills i had ever read.
Posted by J0RI at 4:20 PM
Think Different ! - a legend of advertising for Apple Computer 1998. The Ad you will see in the first movie. Making Of the campaign you will see in the second video. It shows a little bit of creation process by TBWA/Chiat/Day.
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Steve Wozniak serves up Apple Computer history in his own unique way. Steve will describe a sequence for providing a rational understanding of many ... Alle » of the innovations leading to early Apple designs. He'll look at early company structure, the personalities that influenced him, and personalities within the company. In addition, he'll discuss the reasons he wants to be an engineer for life but not a CEO. Don't miss this sure to be entertaining, informative, and very personal view.
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Friday, September 15, 2006
Thursday, August 24, 2006
Here we see Steve Jobs delivering his incredible commencement speech to the graduates of Stanford University in 2005. He talks about the important parts of his life. For me, one of the best and impressively words from Steve.
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Monday, August 21, 2006
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In this video you see the relevant part where Steve Jobs comes back 1997 !
It's the Macworld in Boston a few months before Steve was called back as CEO to the legendary firm he and Steve Wozniak founded in 1976. Look here to see this highly emotional snippet in the first movie - the second shows Steve introducing the Microsoft Deal and a new strategy for Apple.
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Audio: Breathtaking BreakCore Video to 1984
Very emotional for me this old videos, because i was 11 at this time and just got my first homecomputer. So i felt the hype of those new thingies, wich changed the computer landscape forever. It was the first own performed keynotes of Steve Jobs. The first film from 1983 shows the introduction from the sensational Apple-Ad "1984" and the power of the young Steve. In the second movie he is presenting a revolution for this time. Remember it was 1984 ! All what you see was fresh, futuristic and emotional for the audience. You will see the presentation of the first Mouse, 3,5" Disc and the software revolution by performing a GUI instead of a command line. Steve was very overhelmed by the standing ovations and reactions of the people. The genesis of Apple hype began with this. A classic - definitely !
All credits go to Scott Knaster (www.papercar.com) for recording the original 1984. Restored and digitized from TextLab 2005 (www.textlab.de).
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