It may never be the best Steve Jobs movie, but at least it's the first.
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Mediacom won a few big awards last year, including B&T's overall agency of the year title and the Media Agency Network of the Year award for the third consecutive year at the M&M International Awards. In New Zealand it was behind KFC's Double Down launch as well as the placement of media for the Z launch, and to top it all off, it also took the Revlon account off DraftFCB. Managing director Nigel Douglas pours his heart out.
He's released his first book, he's chaired the Effies and he's chewed people's ears off at Christmas parties all around town about the importance of creativity in business. And now Colenso BBDO's planning director James Hurman has his say on 2011.
"Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me. Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me.” Steve Jobs' desire to make the world a better place through technology, design and innovation has been a catalyst for many of the changes the communications industry is currently battling with—and, in many cases, now using to its benefit. So we've scoured the internet for an insight into the great man's life.
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The world – well, mainly the technorati – once again went temporarily gadget mad a few weeks back when Steve Jobs waltzed on stage, resplendent in a tucked in t-shirt and blue jeans, to show off his new iPad, Apple's latest shiny weapon in the fight for convergence. And Nielsen has gathered a few numbers that show the product launch is about to break records when it comes to online discussion.