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Tag Archives: Apple
When Disney bought Marvel one of the things we fans expected to see was some synergy. It’s happening, but not as you might have expected it. Rather than Marvel appearing in theme parks, although that will happen someday, we’re seeing … Continue reading
Disney Publishing Enlightens the World with new “it’s a small world” app for iphone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
We currently have an iPod touch at home and I am impressed with its ability to teach as well as entertain. I can’t wait to upgrade to an iPad, expand the visual real estate, and explore its potential as well. … Continue reading
Today, Apple named a new Chairman of the Board. Arthur D. Levinson will take over as Chairman, having served on the board since 2005. In Disney-related news, Bob Iger (President and CEO of The Walt Disney Company) was also named today … Continue reading
I was honored to be interviewed by local news channel WESH today. They asked me to put some perspective on how the death and legacy of Steve Jobs parallels that of Walt Disney. Both were great innovators. Among other things, … Continue reading
Many people will write better tributes to Steve than I can here. They’ll mention how he invented personal computing, built Apple from the ground up, twice, and started a revolution in computer animation by having the vision to see something … Continue reading