Started by TheBadger, October 05, 2011, 08:12:52 pm
Quote from: calico on October 11, 2011, 08:51:48 amThis was cool (from Brad Peebler at Luxology) -"His passing hit me in a way I did not expect. I considered him a sort of mentor. I am not an Apple-zealot. I use a PC and Mac interchangeably everyday and I like and hate them both equally. At any rate, Steve was someone I looked up to and while many people talk about his "tyrant" qualities, I never experienced that. Most likely this is because I met him at a later stage in his life. I am not suggesting that he deserves the sort of unconditional praise we see in the press and worldwide over the last few days but at the same time it is unfair to be overly critical of a person you do not know. And to publicly bash someone days after their death is not being sensitive to those who may have known and liked/loved him."
Quoteno but I kinda like the Dadaism, so it is funny to read that Eisenstein turn photomontage into art, as if nobody did that before him.
Quote from: Seth on October 11, 2011, 11:39:28 am...but to come back on Steve Jobshere my position on this subject, better written by far.http://i.imgur.com/hIcgm.jpg
Quote from: Seth on October 11, 2011, 02:15:00 pmI agree with almost everything you said Richard;except the part saying it mst have been difficult to be an icon.it must have been so hard to live with all those millions dollars knowing that your kids will have enough money to live in no need of anything