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kmj2318

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Aug 22, 2007
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I like the Thing naming, except for I wonder if it would cause them to overuse the Apple logo. Jobs wanted to keep the logo like Micky Mouse– there's never a place where there are more than one Micky around, to keep the fantasy alive. I guess this won't have any effect on the actual products, but the Apple logo is just everywhere. I can't believe that theres actually another Apple logo right below another one like that.

I guess it's not that unusual in fashion. Louis Vuitton and Gucci make patterns out of their logo and plaster it everywhere.

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cariacou

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Jul 21, 2010
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I like the Thing naming, except for I wonder if it would cause them to overuse the Apple logo. Jobs wanted to keep the logo like Micky Mouse– there's never a place where there are more than one Micky around, to keep the fantasy alive. I guess this won't have any effect on the actual products, but the Apple logo is just everywhere. I can't believe that theres actually another Apple logo right below another one like that.

I guess it's not that unusual in fashion. Louis Vuitton and Gucci make patterns out of their logo and plaster it everywhere.

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haha I agree with you. I still prefer Apple Watch instead of "iwatch" though
 

Slix

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Mar 24, 2010
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Because it hasn't happened under Steve Jobs in the past...

 

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Rogifan

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Nov 14, 2011
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And why should we care about this? I think I trust the people who are at Apple now (including former or fashion industry executives) over a dead man.
 
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mtmac

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Steve Jobs was a great man, and will always be remembered as an innovator. However, the past few years, his corpse has failed to innovate anything. Be happy Apple is a forward thinking company, unhindered by speculation of what a dead man would do.
 

Julien

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Jun 30, 2007
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Steve Jobs was a great man, and will always be remembered as an innovator. However, the past few years, his corpse has failed to innovate anything.....

....but it does seem to disprove of many things Apple does.:D
 

Solomani

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Sep 25, 2012
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Steve Jobs was a great man, and will always be remembered as an innovator. However, the past few years, his corpse has failed to innovate anything. Be happy Apple is a forward thinking company, unhindered by speculation of what a dead man would do.

God forbid, the American automotive industry would have completely given up and stopped producing/innovating automobiles upon the death of Henry Ford.
 

mtmac

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Nov 30, 2012
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From all the posts like these, I think I should produce some "WWSD" bracelets. If you or employees of Apple get inspiration from Jobs, that's a good thing as inspiration is always a good thing. However the baton has passed and now the better question for Apple designers is "what is good for our customers?"
 
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