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Barack is Mac, and Pac? Apparently, America's president-elect is a Mac user, a Pac Man fan, and likes sticking stickers on one's laptop. I really dig the pac-man eating the Apple logo. Is that a Speck clear MacBook cover? Incidentally, he also uses a Crackberry. POTUS uses a Mac (, via friends list) Update: Rob Beschizza at Boing Boing Gadgets tackled this burning! Obama's Seven Lessons for Radical Innovators - Umair Haque It’s a momentous day for America – and the world. Barack Obama is poised to take the reins of the Presidency. So how did this unlikeliest of candidates do it? The most critical part of the story is the organization Obama built. Barack Obama is one of the most radical management innovators in the world today. Obama presidential bid succeeded, in other words, as our research at the Lab has discussed for the past several years, through the power of new DNA: new rules for new kinds of institutions. So let’s discuss the new DNA Obama brought to the table, by outlining seven rules for tomorrow’s radical innovators. 1. But tall and flat are concepts built for an industrial era. Obama’s organization blew past these orthodoxies: it was able to combine the virtues of both tall and flat organizations. 2. 3. 4. And to do that, you must strive to change the world radically for the better – and always believe that yes, you can. 5. 6. 7. Where are the ideals in your organization?

People in the Middle for Obama Obama Ad Uses Winking Palin John McCain is out with his own attack ad Wednesday morning. Watch it here. The Obama campaign is directing reporters to an ad it released Wednesday morning that goes at both John McCain's understanding of the economy and (somewhat unusually) his selection of Sarah Palin for V.P. Titled "His Choice," the spot begins with quotes from McCain admitting his lack of economic know-how. The last one has McCain declaring, "I might have to rely on a vice president that I select" for expertise on economic issues. "His choice?" It is considered politically taboo for a presidential candidate to go after a vice presidential candidate.

Printable transcript displayed right next to the film clip. How convenient! by mojojuju May 9