Web 2.0. Fake Steve Jobs. Fake Steve. OPTIONS. The Secret Life of Steve Jobs “A thoroughly unlikable narrator.” -- New York Times Book Review. Fake Steve. Why?. Why? Why Steve Jobs?. Why? Why Steve Jobs? Why does it work?. Why?. Boredom. Fear. Why Steve Jobs?.
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Web 2.0 • Fake Steve Jobs
OPTIONS • The Secret Life of Steve Jobs • “A thoroughly unlikable narrator.” -- New York Times Book Review
Why? Why Steve Jobs?
Why? Why Steve Jobs? Why does it work?
Parody: Jobs & blogging. Comic strip evolves into news.
* Consume and create * Fake Vladimir Putin * Performance space * Twitter and Facebook
“Music, Internet and phone, in one device? Oh my God!”
David Pogue, New York Times: “A profound achievement – bigger than the first moon landing.”
Walt Mossberg, Wall Street Journal:“Every time I use my iPhone, I get so excited that I soil myself.”
Steven Levy, Newsweek: “I wish I could become a woman so that Steve Jobs could impregnate me and I could have his half-human, half-divine babies.”