San Miguel on Jobs

San Miguel on Jobs

Those I follow on Twitter are consumed today with the maneuverings from Macworld 2009 (absent a hormone-imbalanced Mr. Jobs). As Mack Collier wrote: “Twitter is constipated, can I assume that MacWorld is underway?“ Dave Winer lamented: “Oh great. Garageband. I don’t use that either.” Ryan Block hit a tech bump trying to live blog the […]

Jobs’ Job

Jobs’ Job

The company that has done the best job of any in controlling how it’s viewed in the court of public opinion may have its hands full with a new and most delicate matter. Reuters picked up on a New York Post biz piece today speculating on the health of Apple chief Steve Jobs whose gaunt […]

Get it Together, Baby!

Get it Together, Baby!

My blogging buddy Robb Hecht invited me to join (yet another) burgeoning online community (created via Ning). This one is called Brandhackers, which describes itself as: “…a user-generated branding media 2.0 group. we’re brandhackers – discussing amongst our community how consumers are gaining more and more inclusion in the corporate branding process via social media […]

Magical Media Moment

Magical Media Moment

With all the rasp attention given to the reunion of the original Apple-PC guys, it would be hard for most non-attending bloggers to find an editorial opening not already filled. Nonetheless, I do have two observations about the Jobs-Gates gabfest at the D: All Things Digital Conference hosted by The Wall Street Journal: 1) This […]

Razr’s Halo Effect

Razr’s Halo Effect

Scanning through the business pages of today’s New York Times, two items struck me as noteworthy. The first had Motorola chief Ed Zander, fresh from his victory fending off interloper Carl Icahn, doing his best imitation of media impresario Steve Jobs at a splashy, multi-media New York City news conference to showcase his company’s latest […]