It’s kind of a cliché to post this video now, but I cannot think of a more appropriate video for today’s Friday Speaker . I’ve you’ve watched it already, it won’t hurt to go through it again. This version is hosted by dotSub, a company I’ll be writing about soon. It includes subtitles in several […]
I can’t add much to what’s been said in the last hours about Steve Job’s passing (like Steven Levy’s article on Wired or Walt Mossberg’s “The Steve Jobs I Knew“). I’ll limit myself to sharing this video that originated the “Think Different” campaign which has the peculiarity of being masterfully narrated by Jobs himself (the […]
To associate great public speaking with Steve Jobs is a recurrent cliché (I already wrote about it here)… but it’s undeniable that Jobs’ presentations are remarkable per se, not only in the corporate & technology world. Carmine Gallo (twitter, website) -a famous communications coach, author and speaker- has made a colossal work by carefully dissecting […]
A few days ago I wrote about a book that presents an approach to making better presentations. Today I found a short video (less that 7 minutes) that dissects and teaches some of the main techniques used by Steve Jobs in his live presentations. Interesting and educational (found through Cordef’s blog).