Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed his approach to adapting Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography into a film script, and it’s a very unexpected idea.
Google’s 20 Percent initiative program is a marvelous employee-driven idea. Under the program, a Google employee can spend 20 percent of his time on personal projects that he deems worthwhile. It is a chance to break out of the monotony of work and flex their creativity. The program has been so successful that some notable […]
Steve Jobs famously said (in his biography by Walter Isaacson) that he’d always wanted to design a consumer car. Sadly, he never got the chance. But if he had… Might his iCar have looked like one of these?
Pixar employee Junn Lee tweeted a photo yesterday showing that Pixar has renamed its headquarters “The Steve Jobs Building.”
It’s hard to imagine employees at a creative, free-thinking tech company like Apple donning uniforms before heading into work. In an industry where many industry leaders take pride in shunning traditional corporate values – the company with the unofficial motto “think different” and the leader who has pointed to LSD drug use as a major […]
The world is a much less interesting place without Steve Jobs in it. On the anniversary of his passing, here’s how Apple fans, employees, and others all over the world are marking this historic day.
The iPhone 5 announcement is about to happen at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Apple’s favorite venue for media events. Take a look at how Apple has literally put its mark on the building over the years.
One thing everyone can agree on about Steve Jobs: he never failed to be interesting. From his “Reality Distortion Field” to his frequent temper tantrums, he was notorious for his outrageous behavior. Here are some of his most memorable moments of outrageousness.
Diehard Apple fans measure their geek cred by how much lore and minutia they know. Here’s a story from way back when that I hadn’t heard, about Steve Jobs’ idea for “a mysterious little man who lives inside each Macintosh.”
At that same Hawaiian sales staff conference where the video was shown of Steve Jobs impersonating FDR, there was also this. It’s called Bluebusters, and it’s four minutes of Apple staff spoofing Ghostbusters.