Simply great. From the guys at College Humor: watch Charley and the Apple Factory on YouTube.
Point of the talk was, when you’re lucky enough to create a smash hit product — when the stars align, and the hardware is great and the ecosystem is great and the apps are great and the whole experience is great, and everything you do just makes everything else better, and you’re totally on a roll and can do no wrong — when that happens, you do not go out and try to fuck it all up by discouraging people who love your product. What you
Our own source, who is significantly more believable than some person at some party, says Jobs is in the office today in meetings and most definitely not undergoing surgery. Does that mean he might go under the knife tomorrow instead? Do we really need to know? [Michael Arrington of Tech Crunch] Couldn’t agree more. Read more.
There has been much speculation about the health of Steve Jobs. Apple’s been riding a mini roller-coaster because of this, with the value of their stock. Even more speculation “occurred” once Apple had stated that Phil Schiller, Senior VP of worldwide product marketing, will be giving the keynote instead of the usual “Steve-note.” However, this statement by Steve, himself, makes it official: Dear Apple Community, For the first time in a decade, I’m getting to spend the holiday season with my family, rather than
Steve Jobs sent a letter to the MobileMe team about their lack of success.