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Court upholds $6.75M award for graffiti destroyed at 5Pointz

Twenty-one artists will be awarded $6.75 million seven years after suing developer Gerald Wolkoff for whitewashing their work at graffiti art mecca 5Pointz.
Tags: Lawsuit, Design, Steve Jobs, Lifestyle, Radio, Queens, President Barack Obama, Time Magazine, Demolition, Graffiti, Long Island, Select, News Brief, Jonathan Cohen, Gerald Wolkoff, 5pointz


Creator of copy and paste command, Larry Tesler, dies aged 74

Scientist copied the printing technique of physically cutting and glueing printed textTributes have been paid to Larry Tesler, the computer scientist who introduced the cut, copy and paste commands, after his death at age 74. The Stanford University graduate, who was a pioneer of early computing, died on Monday in San Francisco.He worked for blue-chip firms including Apple, Amazon and Yahoo. Tesler appropriately began his Silicon Valley career at photocopying company Xerox’s Palo Alto Research C...
Tags: Apple, Technology, Steve Jobs, San Francisco, Xerox, Computing, Silicon Valley, Computer science and IT, Stanford University, Apple Amazon, Palo Alto Research Center PARC, Tesler, Larry Tesler


The Computer Scientist Responsible For Cut, Copy, and Paste, Has Passed Away

The advent of the personal computer wasn’t just about making these powerful machines available to everyone, it was also about making them accessible and usable, even for those lacking a computer science degree. Larry Tesler, who passed away on Monday, might not be a household name like Steve Jobs or Bill Gates, but…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Steve Jobs, Macintosh, Rip, Computer Science, Newton, Lisa, Xerox PARC, Larry Tesler


Meet VOIXATCH, a smartwatch for an alternate world where watches and earphones are one product

It might sound a little dumb now that I’m saying it in 2020 but we may have been duped. Companies have, for too long, made us buy unnecessary products that just about do the same thing but in slightly different ways. Think about it. Your phone, watch, and earbuds all give you notifications (albeit in different ways). They also all let you access your voice assistant, and pretty much most of your data like your calendar, phone book, or other services. Why then, do we need separate devices that ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Deals, Design, Technology, Smartwatch, Steve Jobs, Samsung, Watch, Watches, Google Voice, Shop, Product Design, Accessories & Fashion, Voixatch


Steve Jobs, executives shot down top Apple engineers' plea to design their own server CPU – latest twist in legal battle over chip upstart Nuvia

Techies quit to go it alone, iGiant tries to lure away their staff – then sues – court told Apple's iPhone chip designers mulled creating their own homegrown server processor for the Silicon Valley giant – but were shot down by Steve Jobs when they presented the idea at an internal meeting.…
Tags: Apple, Steve Jobs, Software, Silicon Valley, Nuvia


How a video game wunderkind promised a robot revolution that mesmerized SoftBank but went off the rails: The inside story of Zume Pizza

Zume Pizza, the pizza-making robotics startup, spent its early days pitching investors and the public on an AI-powered robotic revolution at the hands of its robot fleet. But the revolution hit a snag, and in January, Zume announced that it was permanently shuttering Zume Pizza, the robotics division of the company, and laying off roughly 360 employees across multiple offices. Now, Zume is looking to sustainable packaging to stay afloat as its cofounder and CEO Alex Garden struggles to right t...
Tags: Garden, Japan, Hbo, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Stanford, Softbank, San Francisco, Trends, Zynga, Arizona, Xbox, Pizza Hut, Silicon Valley, Mountain View, Seattle


Woz Remembers Steve Jobs' Ambition to Change Humanity

The Bay Area Newsgroup reports on Steve Wozniak's new interview with longtime Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki on Kawasaki's Remarkable People podcast. Woz reveals he's still on the Apple payroll -- he never left it -- and he's still receiving about $50 a week "out of loyalty. Because what could I do that's more important in my life?" Woz also remembered how the ways he'd differed from Steve Jobs made them a complementary pair: "I had a lot of values about disdaining money. I had the computer sk...
Tags: Apple, Steve Jobs, Tech, Steve, Guy Kawasaki, Kawasaki, Wozniak, Steve Wozniak, Woz, Bay Area Newsgroup


Meet Rebekah Neumann: Insiders describe the spiritual, strategic mastermind who was the driving force behind WeWork and her husband, Adam Neumann

Rebekah and Adam Neumann cofounded WeWork. After the startup's downfall last summer, and Adam's departure as CEO, the pair moved to Israel to escape media scrutiny. Rebekah Neumann has been described as a powerful influence on both WeWork and her husband.   Despite genuinely wanting to do good for mankind, Rebekah lavished in the billionaire lifestyle, even flying her hairdresser to WeWork's London Summer Camp one year. Rebekah's parents gifted her $1 million when she married Adam to buy a hom...
Tags: New York Post, Elon Musk, New York, Hollywood, London, Tibet, Steve Jobs, Ipo, Israel, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Trends, Rebecca, South Africa, Mtv, Chelsea


Meet Rebekah Neumann: Insiders describe the spiritual, strategic mastermind who is the driving force behind WeWork and her husband, Adam Neumann

Rebekah and Adam Neumann cofounded WeWork. After the startup's downfall last summer, and Adam's departure as CEO, the pair moved to Israel to escape media scrutiny. Rebekah Neumann has been described as a powerful influence on both WeWork and her husband.   Despite genuinely wanting to do good for mankind, Rebekah lavished in the billionaire lifestyle, even flying her hairdresser to WeWork's London Summer Camp one year. Rebekah's parents gifted her $1 million when she married Adam to buy a hom...
Tags: New York Post, New York, Hollywood, London, Tibet, Steve Jobs, Ipo, Israel, Tel Aviv, San Francisco, Trends, Rebecca, South Africa, Mtv, Chelsea, Michelin


Reframing Brand Problems For A Bigger Future

When Steve Jobs met Robert Friedland in 1972, Robert was the spiritual seeking proprietor of an apple farm commune. He introduced Steve Jobs to a principle called the ‘reality distortion field’. In his 2011 biography Steve Jobs told his biographer, Walter Isaacson, ‘Friedland…turned me on to a different level of consciousness’. The ‘reality distortion field’ is an extreme version of what the psychologist Daniel Kahneman calls a ‘pervasive optimistic bias’ in his book: ‘Most of us view the wor...
Tags: Google, Steve Jobs, Nike, Netherlands, Martin Luther King, Kennedy, Branding, Robert, Daniel Kahneman, Friedland, Walter Isaacson, Robert Friedland, Brand Management, Kogan, Thomas Gad, Tjaco Walvis


Customer Insight-Driven Market Intelligence Means You Should Never Have to Market a Bad Product Again

It's no secret that most new products are unsuccessful. Even the biggest companies on earth struggle with product launches and experience flubs that cost them millions. According to , approximately 80 to 85 percent of all fast-moving-consumer-good (FMCG) launches fail in the marketplace. By other estimates, 95 percent of the more than 30,000 products launched each year fail. Many issues contribute to this discouraging failure rate, including high price points, bad product-launch timing, des...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Advertising, Cisco, Unilever, Commerce, Coca Cola, Fmcg, Netgear, Suzuki, Customer Insight Driven Market Intelligence Means, Market Research Market, Andy Pandharikar


A guide to Silicon Valley’s High-Tech Heritage Trail

Over at The Startup on Medium, David Laws, semiconductor curator at the wonderful Computer History Museum, has prepared a fascinating guide to Silicon Valley's "high-tech heritage trail exploring places that housed the early stirrings of the digital revolution." Covering the "30-mile corridor from Stanford University to the former IBM disk-drive campus," Laws visits dozens of historical locations in the area including the spot where in 1908 Cyril Elwell demonstrated wireless telephony, the Sta...
Tags: Apple, Post, Technology, News, Steve Jobs, History, Xerox, Ibm, Silicon Valley, David Laws, Computer History, Apple Computer, Stanford University, Valley, SUNNYVALE, Alcorn


Hello February / Monthly Review - Jan 2020

February of 2020 is here! Time does fly!This is how I spent Jan 2020. I know you may not be interested, but I like the idea of keeping the universe accountable. Plus, the review would tell me if what I did in the month is helping me reach my yearly goals (and eventually, life and ). For the record, three large goals for 2020 are Book 2, a sub-5 marathon, a topline of 50 crores. Here's the recap for Jan 2020.I have sections for fails, wins, inbetweens, lessons, plan for Feb 2020 and a question...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Steve Jobs, India, Time, Personal, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Sam Altman, Jeff Bezos, PPP, Paul Graham, Jan, Adam Grant, Lem, Mundane Updates


Inside the life of Bill Gates' daughter Jennifer, an elite equestrian who stands to inherit 'a minuscule portion' of her father's $110 billion fortune and is engaged to accomplished Egyptian equestrian Nayel Nassar

Jennifer Gates is the eldest child of philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates. She's an accomplished equestrian, just like Steve Jobs' daughter Eve. Gates graduated from Stanford University in 2018 with a degree in human biology and is currently attending medical school in New York City. She's engaged to Egyptian equestrian Nayel Nassar.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Jennifer Gates, the eldest daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates, announced her engagement to accomplished ...
Tags: Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Stanford, New York City, Trends, Cnn, Bill Gates, The Daily Mail, Bill, Seattle, Melinda Gates, Michael Bloomberg, Steven Spielberg, Gates, Cnbc, Stanford University


The Limited Value Of Ideas

There is a line of thinking that says that the world is built on ideas. It was an idea that launched the American Revolution and created a nation. It was an idea that led Albert Einstein to pursue relativity, Linus Pauling to invent a vaccine and for Steve Jobs to create the iPhone and build ...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Innovation, Albert Einstein, Linus Pauling


4 Ads. 1 Super Bowl. How Goodby Silverstein & Partners Juggled It All

"Let's blame Lee Clow and Steve Jobs because they changed the Super Bowl forever." That's quite a statement by Rich Silverstein, co-founder and co-chairman of Goodby Silverstein & Partners, but there is a kernel of truth. "I'm not really blaming them," clarified Silverstein. "Because they did the greatest ad of all time, and they changed...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Advertising, Silverstein, Goodby Silverstein Partners, The Big Game, Lee Clow, Rich Silverstein, Goodby Silverstein


With ‘Toy Story 2,’ Pixar Proved It Was Here to Stay

(Infinity and Beyond  is a regular bi-weekly column documenting the 25-year filmography of Pixar Animation Studios, film by film. In today’s column, writer Josh Spiegel highlights Toy Story 2 .) The 1990s were a decade of change for the Walt Disney Company. Executive shakeups, outside acquisitions, and more made the company much more massive by the close of the 1990s than they were at the start. In 1990, Pixar Animation Studios was able to see its computer technology on display for a brief m...
Tags: Europe, Japan, Movies, Steve Jobs, France, Disney, Features, Tom Hanks, Animation, Rex, Walt Disney Company, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Pixar Animation Studios, Barbie, Pixar, Tim Allen


Your Manager Checklist for Dealing with Low Performers

As a manager, you’re faced with a challenging task. It feels like climbing Mountain Everest, blindfolded. Meet Jeff—he’s the CEO of B players Inc. He hasn’t done anything illegal, but Jeff is neither reaching his goals nor plain getting the job done. And let’s be honest—he’s a time suck for you as a manager and a profit-killer for your organization. Problem? Letting someone go is everything but easy. You’ll need to go through a performance intervention and have “the talk” with Jeff that might le...
Tags: Business, Steve Jobs, John Sculley, US, Management, Sergey Brin, Max, Right Now, Jeff, Inc, Max Woolf, ResumeLab, Mountain Everest, Larry Page Each, LinkedIn Low


Guru Dies; Best Strategy Question; 12 minutes; How You Measure Your Life

Dear ScaleUps,  Hope it’s been a productive and purposeful week. Here are some insights/opportunities to help you outlearn/outthink the competition. The relationships you have with family and close friends are going to be the most important sources of happiness in your life. But you have to be careful…   Clayton Christensen from How Will You Measure Your Life? “Jobs to be Done” Strategy Guru Passes Away at 67 -- The world lost one of the top busine...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Leadership, Steve Jobs, Intel, Andy Grove, Clayton, Clayton Christensen, Better Book Club, John Ratliff, Verne, Innovator 's Dilemma The


Putting the leads in leadership

The real estate industry may not be perfect, but a recent Inman Agent Appreciation survey shows that, overall, agents tend to be happy with leadership at their companies.
Tags: Technology, Leadership, Steve Jobs, Kentucky, Radio, Canada, New Jersey, Agent, Compass, Oxford University, Yelp, British Columbia, Harvard Business Review, Louisville, Keller Williams, Mark Stevens


The Big Picture Presentation

I was recently working on some items in an Adobe Spark portfolio, when a quote on their homepage reminded me of the importance of having a big picture mindset. It said: “Sell a good night’s sleep; not a mattress. How can you connect your product or service to a universal emotion?” I thought, what a great way to think about presentations. What if we let our driving force be a universal emotion or goal rather than a product or policy? But how do we stop selling mattresses and start selling a good ...
Tags: Apple, Jobs, Steve Jobs, Goals, Marketing, Selling, Big Picture, Speaking, Presentation Hacks, Audience Analysis, Ends And Means, Ends Vs. Means


12 wildly successful companies started by people in their 20s

It's never too young to act on a great idea, and these successful entrepreneurs prove just that. Steve Jobs was only 21 when he started Apple out of his parents' garage, and Tyler Haney was 25 when she launched clothing company Outdoor Voices. David Karp, who founded Tumblr in his early 20s, faked a deep voice during important phone calls to get adults to take him seriously. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Whether they dropped out of college, spent hours holed up in their ...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Florida, Maryland, Steve Jobs, Ebay, US, NFL, San Francisco, Trends, Vogue, EK, Richard Branson, Tumblr, Vox, Gq


The iPad Awkwardly Turns 10

John Gruber: Ten years ago today, Steve Jobs introduced the iPad on stage at the Yerba Buena theater in San Francisco. [...] Ten years later, though, I don't think the iPad has come close to living up to its potential. [...] Software is where the iPad has gotten lost. iPadOS's "multitasking" model is far more capable than the iPhone's, yes, but somehow Apple has painted it into a corner in which it is far less consistent and coherent than the Mac's, while also being far less capable. iPad multit...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Steve Jobs, San Francisco, Tech, John Gruber, Yerba Buena


NASA taps startup Axiom Space for the first habitable commercial module for the Space Station

NASA has selected Houston-based Axiom Space, a startup founded in 2016, to build the first commercial habitat module for the International Space Station (ISS). This module will be used as a destination for future commercial spaceflight missions, potentially housing experiments, technology development and more performed by commercial space travellers taking rides up to the ISS via human-rated spacecraft like the SpaceX Crew Dragon and Boeing Starliner, once those start regular operational serv...
Tags: Apple, Startups, TC, Space, Spacex, Science, Steve Jobs, Tech, Nasa, Designer, International Space Station, Philippe Starck, Houston, Iss, Spaceflight, Aerospace


10 Years of iPad

Source: Statista January 27 marks 10 years since Apple announced the debut of the iPad. At first, people thought it was nothing more than a clunky, glorified iPhone. But Steve Jobs knew the type of success the iPad could have. The key was in the apps, and how they could be used on an iPad versus an iPhone. But the iPad isn’t as popular as it once was. The company has seen a decline in the sales of the iPad in 2015. It was at its peak in 2013, where the iPad accounted for 26 percent of Appl...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Steve Jobs, Infographic, Radio, Statista, General Interest


Steve Jobs’ Advice to Marc Benioff is applicable to most founders

Jobs advised Benioff to do three things: Salesforce better be 10 times larger in 24 months or less, or else it's over. You have to close a huge massive customer, like Avon...and You've got to build an application economy. More The post Steve Jobs’ Advice to Marc Benioff is applicable to most founders appeared first on NextBigWhat.
Tags: Business, Steve Jobs, Tech, Avon, Marc Benioff, Benioff


Clayton Christensen, Father of 'Disruptive Innovation,' Dies At 67

Clayton Christensen, the business scholar who coined the term "disruptive innovation," died of cancer treatment complications on Thursday at age 67. The Verge reports: You may not immediately recognize his name, but the tech industry -- and every resulting industry -- is built on the framework of technology disruption and innovation that Christensen devised. The crux of Christensen's theory is that big, successful companies that neglect potential customers at the lower end of their markets (main...
Tags: Amazon, Steve Jobs, Tech, Intel, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Airbnb, Reed Hastings, Andy Grove, Christensen, Napster, Clayton Christensen


36 Years Ago Today, Steve Jobs Unveiled the First Macintosh

An anonymous reader quotes a report from MacRumors: On January 24, 1984, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the first Macintosh at Apple's annual shareholder's meeting in Cupertino, California, debuting the new computer equipped with a 9-inch black and white display, an 8MHz Motorola 68000 processor, 128KB of RAM, a 3.5-inch floppy drive, and a price tag of $2,495. The now iconic machine weighed in at a whopping 17 pounds and was advertised as offering a word processing program, a graphics p...
Tags: Apple, Motorola, Steve Jobs, Tech, Macintosh, Ibm, Cupertino California


Clayton Christensen, author of “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” has passed away at age 67

Clayton Christensen, a longtime professor at Harvard Business School who became famous worldwide after authoring the best-selling business book, “The Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail,” passed away last night. The Desert News reported earlier today that the cause tied to complications from leukemia treatments that Christensen was receiving in Boston. He was 67 years old. Clayton had suffered from ill health for years, always battling his way back. By the age...
Tags: Apple, TC, Steve Jobs, Boston, Tech, Intel, Harvard, Yale, Oxford, Salt Lake City, New Yorker, Andy Grove, Marc Andreessen, Forbes, Christensen, Grove


Laurene Powell Jobs Invests in Davis Guggenheim’s Concordia Studio

Oscar-winning director Davis Guggenheim and Jonathan King are launching Concordia Studio in partnership with Laurene Powell Jobs’ Emerson Collective. Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, founded social change organization Emerson Collective in 2004. Emerson Collective became the majority owner of the Atlantic in 2017 and made an investment in 2018 in Reese […]
Tags: Apple, News, Steve Jobs, Atlantic, Festivals, Oscar, Jonathan King, Sundance film festival, Laurene Powell Jobs, Davis Guggenheim, Emerson Collective, Laurene Powell Jobs Invests, Concordia Studios, Concordia Studio, Laurene Powell Jobs Emerson Collective Powell Jobs