Tagged: Steve Jobs
With just a little bit of searching about this movie, I saw quite a few sites pointing to the full length HD movie online. I haven’t watched it because it requires a (free) registration to a site which, let’s be honest, is not a legal movie site. The only reason I even share it is that I came across it searching for the trailer on YouTube and they have the link right there.
One of the many versions of the movie poster is below.
“I don’t think we need you in this meeting, Lorrie. Thanks,” he said.
If only more companies took this approach to meetings…
“For $13,000 — $5,200 up front, and $7,800 on delivery, and no additional royalties — Shepardson Microsystems would build Apple’s first DOS. For its money, Apple would get a file manager, an interface for integer BASIC and Applesoft BASIC, and utilities that would allow disk backup, disk recovery, and file copying.”
It’s always fun to look back on computing history.
This is perhaps the first thing Apple/Tim Cook has done where I can honestly say that “this would have NEVER happened under Steve Jobs’ watch.”
Tim Cook released a public apology to Apple’s iOS 6 customers.
If Steve Jobs was still with us, this is how it would go:
- Everyone involved with the Maps app would have shrapnel from Steve’s sneakers embedded in their ass.
- Neither Steve, nor anyone else at Apple, would have any comment on Maps app; other than to say how wonderful it is, and how they hear from customers who love it.
- In six months, we would have an update to the Maps app that would greatly improve it. Still no comment from Steve or Apple on Maps app.
- At the iOS event next year, where Steve announces iOS 7, he would stand up on stage and proclaim: “Maps was gorgeous, and we’ve had an incredible response from customers about it. But we’ve made it even better, and today I’m going to show it to you. By the way, Maps 2.0 is free, and available for download… TODAY!” Giant applause from crowd would last 5 minutes.
- The Maps app development lead at Apple would soon be seen on LinkedIn listing Motel6 IT Manager as his new position.
I don’t know if Tim Cook’s apology is a good thing or a bad thing for Apple, just a different thing. And certainly something we would have never seen from Steve Jobs.