VIDEO: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates Together: Part 2 of 7 | D5 | AllThingsD
“Windows 95 is when graphical user interface became mainstream…..”
Watch Steve Jobs try not to spit out his water.
Full disclosure – I’m a former Apple employee and still own some stock (although DEFINITELY not as much as I would like 😉
Mahalo PR – Mahalo
Check it out. Very well done by Jason Calacanis and co. Questions are answered, images are easy to access. Very well done! Only two things I would change:
– I would add is to have a real name for the press contact as opposed to email@example.com
– I would create a more usable quote than…”We’re thrilled…”
The Technology Chronicles : Interop news: It’s all geek to me: “Every once in awhile, a PR agency does something great. Thanks to the Horn Group today for sending out a summary of announcements that came out of Interop 2007, the giant IT trade show that’s been going on in Las Vegas this week. For those of us who didn’t get to go, here’s a rundown of some of the big announcements, translated from Technologese to English for those of us who don’t speak geek.”
Great job by The Horn Group. Great idea and a way to provide a service to reporters, which helps build Horn credibility.
Governor offers congratulations at MacArthur Maze: “Caltrans even got props from the electronic CBS Outdoor billboard near the toll plaza that has caused the agency so many headaches. The sign read, ‘Job well done!’ and featured the logos of both Caltrans and C.C. Myers.”
on a side note – can a newspaper say ‘got props?’
Very cool new company, based here in Sacramento that creates easy to follow professional how-to videos for regular people. Definitely recommend that people check it out.
Full disclosure – We are advising Oodlebox on a few things, and one of the OodleBox folks works with us.
How to Change the World: Ten (Nine) Questions with Anastasia Goodstein
If you have teens, or market to teens, read this book. Anastasia is smart, knows her subject and the book is a good, important read. I’ve written about this book before, here and here. Now, GO BUY IT!
Thanks to Rubel for pointing out the interview.