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Steve Jobs On How Content Is Truly King [video] ScentTrail Marketing

Steve Jobs On How Content Is Truly King [video] ScentTrail Marketing | Photography | Scoop.it

The Lost Steve Jobs Interview
Found two minutes of the best product development vs. process discussion in this amazing Steve Jobs interview. The "lost" interview takes place when Jobs is out of Apple and running Next and it is chock a block full of incredible thoughts and masterful insight (as one would expect).

I copied 2 minutes out of the middle because it was the best two minutes I've ever heard about how creating greatness is always under attack and what you have to do about it (to create magical products).

 


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Hanin Abu Al Rub's curator insight, September 24, 2013 2:18 AM

The man said so...

Will Arnett's curator insight, September 24, 2013 7:09 AM

smashsolutions.com

Ellen Naylor's curator insight, September 27, 2013 3:03 PM

This is insightful. As companies get larger they let process dictate more than content, that is creativity and pushing things ahead. That's what Steve goes into.

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Second Life: Using Recycled Materials For Architecture

Second Life: Using Recycled Materials For Architecture | Photography | Scoop.it
Using salvaged stuff not only has a positive environmental impact by reducing waste, it also offers architects materials typically unavailable.

According to the National Association of Homebuilders, “If all the lumber used to build the 1.2 million new homes constructed in the U.S. each year were laid end to end, it would extend 2 million miles—a sobering statistic.

Dutifully sorting waste, separating the metal and plastic from the paper for different recycling streams is part of modern life. Some areas even have food waste collection for community compost.

Architects and designers are taking notice of the opportunities offered by recycling and reuse. Using salvaged materials not only has a positive environmental impact by reducing waste, it also offers architects materials typically unavailable, such as old growth lumber.

Visit the link for some prescient products and projects using recycled materials for architectural purposes.


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Amber Harsnett's curator insight, September 23, 2013 10:09 AM

I love this look of this building! It looks so organic and natural

Catherine Devin's curator insight, September 27, 2013 5:41 AM

La démarche requiert une structuration des filières de tri, collecte et recyclage sur les matériaux clefs, à une échelle industrielle et régionale si l'on veut généraliser l'emploi des matériaux recyclés et avoir un impact positif significatif sur plusieurs critères de développement durable qu'on pourrait associer au projet.

Daniel LaLiberte's curator insight, September 28, 2013 4:07 PM

We need to find uses for 100% of our "waste" and resources that end up in architectural structures will tend to stick around longer before being recycled yet again.