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Emoji Among Us: The Documentary

😚 Emoji have become an inescapable part of our daily lives.

This short film examines the far-reaching impact of these very special characters. Can you find the 68 emoji species shown in this video?

Made entirely with footage from Dissolve. See and license the clips used.

Dedicated to Shigetaka Kurita, the inventor of emoji.

Inspired by the work of Sir David Attenborough at the BBC 

and the #emojidaydream project by Able Parris

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 Beats

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 Dreams

"You’re more powerful than you think."

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Think different 
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Think different 

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Stickers - MacBook Air - 

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 Apple + IBM
" Team,

Today, we announced a groundbreaking new partnership with IBM that will enable enterprises to put the power of big data analytics at their employees‘ fingertips on their iOS device.

This exclusive global partnership brings together Apple‘s legendary ease-of-use and integrated hardware and software with IBM’s unmatched industry depth, enterprise software and expertise in big data analytics.

It also builds on the incredible momentum in Apple’s enterprise business. iPhone and iPad can be found in 98% of the Fortune 500. People love to use iOS devices and Apple delivers the things companies need most—security and scalable deployment along with a powerful platform for apps.

With this announcement, we’re now putting IBM‘s renowned big data analytics at iOS users‘ fingertips, which opens up a large market opportunity for Apple. This is a radical step for enterprise and something only Apple and IBM can deliver.

IBM is known for helping customers leverage big data and analytics to make their businesses run better. With over 100,000 consultants and sales professionals, they also have massive scale and global reach. IBM‘s sales and consulting teams will also be selling iPad, iPhone and AppleCare for Enterprise as part of the partnership.

This partnership brings together the best of both companies. It’s great news for Apple, IBM and for enterprise customers worldwide and I’m really excited to see it take off.

Tim “

 Apple + IBM

" Team,

Today, we announced a groundbreaking new partnership with IBM that will enable enterprises to put the power of big data analytics at their employees‘ fingertips on their iOS device.

This exclusive global partnership brings together Apple‘s legendary ease-of-use and integrated hardware and software with IBM’s unmatched industry depth, enterprise software and expertise in big data analytics.

It also builds on the incredible momentum in Apple’s enterprise business. iPhone and iPad can be found in 98% of the Fortune 500. People love to use iOS devices and Apple delivers the things companies need most—security and scalable deployment along with a powerful platform for apps.

With this announcement, we’re now putting IBM‘s renowned big data analytics at iOS users‘ fingertips, which opens up a large market opportunity for Apple. This is a radical step for enterprise and something only Apple and IBM can deliver.

IBM is known for helping customers leverage big data and analytics to make their businesses run better. With over 100,000 consultants and sales professionals, they also have massive scale and global reach. IBM‘s sales and consulting teams will also be selling iPad, iPhone and AppleCare for Enterprise as part of the partnership.

This partnership brings together the best of both companies. It’s great news for Apple, IBM and for enterprise customers worldwide and I’m really excited to see it take off.

Tim “

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Better -  Apple

Now more than ever, we will work to leave the world better than we found it.

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Rare Apple Macintosh ad - Power is - Hunter S. Thompson (1995)

Hunter Stockton Thompson is an American writer known for his book “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”.

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Is My Shift Key On Or Not?
Change is unsettling.

Is My Shift Key On Or Not?

Change is unsettling.

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 Mac 30

Thirty years ago, the Mac put the power of technology in everyone’s hands, launching a generation of innovators who continue to change the world.

This video celebrates some of those pioneers and the incredible impact they’ve made.

Happy Birthday,  Mac!

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We have a lot to look forward to in 2014, including some big plans that we think customers are going to love.

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Steve Jobs  - ‘Your time is limited’

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Burberry’s Social Story by Salesforce Video

Luxury brand Burberry uses salesforce.com platform to deliver rich and exciting retail and runway experiences that are social and mobile first.

Interview with Angela Ahrendts 

Tim Cook hired her for exactly this.

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'Apple Influence'

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12 Years Ago: ‘Apple’s iPod Spurs Mixed Reactions’

On October 23, 2001, Steve Jobs convened a group of tech reporters and Apple fans at the company’s Cupertino headquarters to announce a new product: the iPod.
It was a launch that would lead the company, six years later, to drop the “Computer” from “Apple Computer.” It was a launch that would change ”the destiny of Apple.” It was a launch that would, as one slightly melodramatic analyst puts it, ”reshape society completely.” 
But on October 23, 2001, if you didn’t happen to be Steve Jobs, you might not have seen the iPod’s society-reshaping potential. You might have seen the iPod, instead, for the other thing it was: just another MP3 player. 
On the day of its release—when the iPod was simply a consumer electronics product in search of its consumers—reactions to it were decidedly … mixed. (“Apple’s iPod spurs mixed reactions,” reads a CNET summary of the launch.)
The iPod, after all, wasn’t the first portable jukebox. Its software and FireWire ports made it available, in its first iteration, only to Macintosh users. (At the time, only about 7 million people owned iPod-compatible Macs.) 
The iPod, from that perspective, was a small step forward, not a leap. And, at $399, it was an expensive little step. 
Read more. [Image: Reuters]


Know your [tech] history.

I Loved My First  iPod 

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theatlantic:

12 Years Ago: ‘Apple’s iPod Spurs Mixed Reactions’

On October 23, 2001, Steve Jobs convened a group of tech reporters and Apple fans at the company’s Cupertino headquarters to announce a new product: the iPod.

It was a launch that would lead the company, six years later, to drop the “Computer” from “Apple Computer.” It was a launch that would change ”the destiny of Apple.” It was a launch that would, as one slightly melodramatic analyst puts it, ”reshape society completely.” 

But on October 23, 2001, if you didn’t happen to be Steve Jobs, you might not have seen the iPod’s society-reshaping potential. You might have seen the iPod, instead, for the other thing it was: just another MP3 player. 

On the day of its release—when the iPod was simply a consumer electronics product in search of its consumers—reactions to it were decidedly … mixed. (“Apple’s iPod spurs mixed reactions,” reads a CNET summary of the launch.)

The iPod, after all, wasn’t the first portable jukebox. Its software and FireWire ports made it available, in its first iteration, only to Macintosh users. (At the time, only about 7 million people owned iPod-compatible Macs.) 

The iPod, from that perspective, was a small step forward, not a leap. And, at $399, it was an expensive little step. 

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

Know your [tech] history.

I Loved My First  iPod