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A fanart/potrtait of young Steve - My tribute to Steve Jobs, by februarymoon

A fanart/potrtait of young Steve - My tribute to Steve Jobs, by februarymoon


buzz:

“Steve” from David Pierce’s “People Staring at Computers” Series (via When Art, Apple and the Secret Service Collide: ‘People Staring at Computers’ | Wired.com)

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Sweet Steve :3

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:) &lt;3

Sweet Steve :3

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:) <3

I’m Not Dying, I’m Already DEAD!
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when I saw this magazine in the store months ago, I had to buy it immediately, look at his face! hnnngnggghhhhh yes
I’m Not Dying, I’m Already DEAD!

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when I saw this magazine in the store months ago, I had to buy it immediately, look at his face! hnnngnggghhhhh yes

An old Apple spoof of Ghostbusters, in which they go after (who else?) IBM.

Woz at 2:21, Jobs at 3:00 and 4:04

I really, really love that Apple did stuff like this. <3

thanks again to lynnesday for pointing this out to me!

(Source: Mashable)

lynnesday asked: have you seen the latest video. I think it's 1984. Apple did a spoof on Ghost Busters. I found it on Huff Post, or just google it.

omg I just found it now, thank you co much, will make a post! Can’t believe I missed it!

Steve Jobs playing FDR in an in-house Apple takeoff on the "1984" ad, called "1944" (A NEW VIDEO I GUARANTEE YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IN FULL BEFORE TODAY)

Entitled “1944,” the almost 9-minute full version was Apple’s in-house takeoff on "1984," the iconic first Macintosh TV ad that caused a sensation during that year’s Super Bowl. Set as a World War II tale of good vs. IBM, it is a broadcast-quality production (said to have cost $50,000) that was designed to fire up Apple’s international sales force at a 1984 meeting in Hawaii. A copy of “1944” was provided to me by one-time Apple employee Craig Elliott, now CEO of Pertino Networks, a cloud-computing startup located two blocks from Apple in Cupertino.

Elliott, who worked at Apple from 1985 to 1996, says he has “never seen (the film) anywhere else” and that there has been “no additional circulation” as far as he knows. I couldn’t find it online, either - the year 1984 was pre-World Wide Web, of course — which doesn’t mean it isn’t out there. Two snippets from “1944,” without any dialogue, do appear in another Jobs video - a photo-montage tribute to him made by Apple employees to mark his 30th birthday. After Jobs died last October, Elliott posted that birthday video to his Facebook page, from where it went viral before being knocked off the ‘Net by Sony Music Entertainment because it used a Bob Dylan song.

Ahhhhhhhhhh omg yes yes yes! I was wondering where the clip at the very end of this video came from!

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