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Profile of Walter Werzowa, the man responsible

posted by Jason Kottke   Aug 31, 2006

Profile of Walter Werzowa, the man responsible for the Intel Inside theme. More here about tiny music makers, including the Windows 95 startup sound by Brian Eno, the THX theme, and the Mac startup sound.

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On the day that Apple announced their

posted by Jason Kottke   Jan 11, 2006

On the day that Apple announced their first Intel-based computers, their stock price closed at $80.86. Spooky. (via df)

Kodak has themselves a new logo and

posted by Jason Kottke   Jan 10, 2006

Kodak has themselves a new logo and gosh it looks plain and boring and undistinctive. Who are the folks convincing companies like Intel and Kodak that these logo/brand overhauls are going to revitalize their companies? Revitalization is a hard business…a new coat of paint isn’t going to cut it.

Update: More on Kodak’s new logo at Speak Up.

Intel is retiring the “Intel Inside” saying/

posted by Jason Kottke   Dec 30, 2005

Intel is retiring the “Intel Inside” saying/logo and is getting a new company logo as well…no more of the familiar “dropped e” logo. Now they’ll look like everyone else.

Interesting rumination on the possibility of flash

posted by Jason Kottke   Sep 21, 2005

Interesting rumination on the possibility of flash memory-based computers. “In two years I have a feeling that Jobs will announce an Intel-flash iBook that will be the thinest laptop ever made boasting the best battery life of any current machine”.

Cory Doctorow to Apple Computer: put Trusted

posted by Jason Kottke   Aug 02, 2005

Cory Doctorow to Apple Computer: put Trusted Computing in your kernel and I’m done as your customer. This doesn’t look promising. You’ve got a good thing going here, Apple…don’t fuck it up.

MacRumors has live coverage of Jobs’ keynote at WWDC

posted by Jason Kottke   Jun 06, 2005

MacRumors has live coverage of Jobs’ keynote at WWDC. I’ll be following along and reporting if anything significant happens.