Re: Clip -- Steve Jobs movie
- --- In email@example.com, "Evan Koblentz" wrote:
>I don't think it's weird, in fact, it sounds correct. It might not be proper English, but I think it was common speech then and now.
> Here's a short clip from the upcoming Jobs movie:
> It's weird hearing the Jobs character say, "No more DECs" .... looks to me
> liked nobody told him that "decks" isn't a thing, but rather a brand
I recently read somewhere, "The PC's are a thing of the past...". Of course they aren't talking about specific models, but the general desktop computer. Laptops and Notebooks are technically PC's right? But no one calls them that, they call them laptops and notebooks.
> sure I will tick off other people in the audience when I start shoutingI'll be looking the other way, pretending I don't know you.
> corrections at the screen. :)
PS. Did you notice in the clip, they are in the garage at Hewlett Packard?
- On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 4:45 PM, Evan Koblentz <evan@...> wrote:
Here's a short clip from the upcoming Jobs movie:
Our friend Dan Kottke advised the producers, so there should be some
very few people give any thought how their relationship is a classic manifestation of the duality expressed by yin-yang.
Though I have a feeling this will be a movie more about Jobs rather than Apple (ie. Woz et al)
But, since when did Woz sport a perm ?