Tag: Steve Jobs;

Support the Fake Steve Jobs, by Boycotting and Phone Bombing the Real One

It seems Apple Attorney’s are tired of the press Fake Steve gets and are threatening him, and not in the happy fun way that Microsoft Legal has done to me in the past. Want to show your support for Free Read More

Building Brandwidth in the Web 2.0 Economy, and the upcoming Web 3.0

The Fearless Leaders: Steve Jobs knows brandwidth. Apple is not competing with PC’s anymore. A PC is a tool, a Mac is a status symbol, and brandwidth is what got Apple to that designer label status. Steve Jobs was recently Read More

Building Brandwidth in an Internet Economy (Original)

In the days before Google your brand was measured by your .Com. Today your page rank at Google says a lot, but if someone will buy your T-shirt you know you have hit the big time. CitiBank gives its T-shirts Read More

7 Deadly Time-Wasting Sins: iPhone’s Most Wanted Games

Solitaire? Sudoku? Word Spell? Oh please. With touch screens and Wi-Fi, surely we can expect more in the games department – not just ports of popular casual games, but new versions of solid market-tested titles that can take advantage of Read More

7 Deadly Time-Wasting Sins: iPhone’s Most Wanted Games

Solitaire? Sudoku? Word Spell? Oh please. With touch screens and Wi-Fi, surely we can expect more in the games department – not just ports of popular casual games, but new versions of solid market-tested titles that can take advantage of Read More

7 Deadly Time-Wasting Sins: iPhone’s Most Wanted Games

Solitaire? Sudoku? Word Spell? Oh please. With touch screens and Wi-Fi, surely we can expect more in the games department – not just ports of popular casual games, but new versions of solid market-tested titles that can take advantage of Read More

Vanity Fair (Re) Discovers Tech

You know things are getting downright frothy when Vanity Fair rediscovers technology and starts giving way too much attention to technology titans by including them in its annual New Establishment list. The bible of frivolous has out done itself this Read More

Fairplay, DRM, Steve Jobs, and Rectal Extraction

Steve Jobs liberated from his rectum some amazing pontification, saying…. The third alternative is to abolish DRMs entirely. Imagine a world where every online store sells DRM-free music encoded in open licensable formats. In such a world, any player can Read More

Building Brandwidth in an Internet Economy

This was probably the most popular article I ever wrote.   And no it is a bit dated with some of the references, but I think it still holds up very well philosophically so I am reposting it.     Building Read More