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VOSTFR] Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech, 2005 - une vidéo Actu et Politique

VOSTFR] Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech, 2005 - une vidéo Actu et Politique

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Flash On The Beach 2011 Un très beau travail sur la séquence des titles de la conférence Flash On The Beach édition 2011. Un concept de grille de lumière LED comme source de lumière réagissant avec la musique et la chorégraphie de danse moderne. Une production de Black Swan et Gmunk à découvrir en images. 45 minute - The Crash Course in 45 Minutes (or less) - Oct. 29, Blog by Chris Martenson Thursday, October 29, 2009, 10:05 AM To commemorate our one-year anniversary, I'm pleased to announce that I am posting a free, condensed, 45-minute version of the Crash Course for your viewing enjoyment. The presentation it contains is part of a public talk delivered in Boulder, Colorado, this past summer filmed by Dave Gardner (who is working on a documentary called GrowthBusters, check it out - he deserves and would appreciate support for his project). If it has been a while since you watched the Crash Course, please take the time to experience this new format.

Le testament de Steve Jobs Par Emmanuel Martin* — Steve Jobs, fondateur d’Apple, est décédé ce 5 octobre d’un cancer du pancréas à l’âge de 56 ans. Ce jour restera d’une grande tristesse pour l’humanité entière. « Il changeait la vie » Des scènes de films cultes en gif Ce site a toute une collection de scènes de films animées avec des gif. Why You Can’t Help Believing Everything You Read You shouldn’t believe everything you read, yet according to a classic psychology study at first we can’t help it. What is the mind’s default position: are we naturally critical or naturally gullible? As a species do we have a tendency to behave like Agent Mulder from the X-Files who always wanted to believe in mythical monsters and alien abductions? Playboy Interview With Steve Jobs added a keyboard and memory (the capability of storing information) to the Apple I, andWozniak developed the disk drive (a device to read and store information permanently)and added a video terminal. Jobs hired experts to design an efficient power supply anda fancy casing and, thus, the Apple II was born along with an entire industry.Apple'srise was meteoric. From sales of $200,000 that first year in Jobs's garage (the SiliconValley version of Lincoln's log cabin), the company grew into a giant firm with 1.4 billiondollars in revenues in 1984.

Levi’s - Go Forth Voici la dernière campagne monde de Levi’s avec ce superbe spot “Go Forth”. Un travail de l’agence Wieden et Kennedy et une réalisation de Ralf Schmerberg. Des très belles images, mis en parallèle avec des textes extrait du poème “The Laughing Heart” de Charles Bukowski. Pearltrees launches Twitter sync and reveals its social system [France] Paris-based Pearltrees has been catching interest around the web the last few days not least because a gaggle influential Silicon Valley bloggers have descended on Paris for Le Web, but mainly because of its interesting model for visually mapping how people collect and share information on the Web. But today the startup opens the kimono on its full system. They will announce two new things today: Twitter synchronization (enabling a user to create a pearl automatically from Twitter and to tweet automatically from their new Pearltrees), Pearltrees search, Real time discussion and connection. The other new aspect announced today on stage at Le Web is the Pearltrees Social System. But to explain first, here’s a new video they just released: Pearltrees is effectively visual social bookmarking and therefore has the potential to be more widely used than perhaps the traditional alternatives.

Steve Jobs, l’homme le plus créatif du monde de Jean-Marie Porté 30 août 2011 Lors de l’annonce du départ de Steve Jobs, mercredi dernier, l’action d’Apple perdit 5%. Illustration du lien entre le succès de l’entreprise, consacrée récemment première capitalisation boursière mondiale en devançant Exxon ce 11 août dernier[1], et la personnalité de son fondateur et dirigeant. Comment expliquer la créativité qui lui permit d’inventer le Mac, l’iPod, l’iPhone, iTunes, et tout récemment encore l’iPad, introduisant ainsi modestement quelques mots dans le vocabulaire planétaire ?

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