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  • How Did Steve Jobs Influence The Future

    Steven”). Jobs and Wazniak continued to perfect their computer as the years went on. When the growth of their company went on, Jobs went to Xerox Parc, which was a research center, and saw the work of a graphical user interface(“Steve Jobs: The Story”). With that inspiration, he came out with the original Macintosh in 1984, which was the first consumer computer with a graphical user interface. It had an operating system that included windows and icons, and a mouse to move around(“The 5 “Inventions” of Steve Jobs”). The mouse from Xerox included three buttons, but Jobs found that to be too confusing, and people would accidentally hit the wrong button. So they refined it, and made the mouse only have one button, so the user did not have to take their eyes off the screen. With Xerox producing their mouse at $1,00, Apple had to build one that only costs $20, which was eventually possible(“Steve Jobs: The Story”). Walter Isaacson, an American writer and journalist, wrote an authorized biography titled “Steve Jobs.”. In the novel, he describes Jobs as “the greatest business executive of our era, having revolutionized six industries- personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computers and digital publishing” (“Steve Jobs: The Story”). Steve Jobs was known by many people. Without his first product, the Apple computer, we may have never been introduced to the mostly used product today. In addition to his successful computer, the ipod and iphone invention was even a…

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  • A Better Tomorrow Film Analysis

    celebrated in Hollywood for decades. From Sherlock Holmes and Watson to the Blues Brothers, the concept of male camaraderie sparks an interests in audiences and initiates a creative platform for filmmakers. They have used this concept to illustrate their ideas, criticisms and perspective of the human condition and encompass it with in adventures and clever dialogue. As with most films, there’s an underlying message behind the two buddies however; a realization that becomes inevitable throughout…

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  • Film Analysis: Toy Story

    Have you ever heard about the quote “To infinity and beyond”? If you have not, then you might have heard about Toy Story. Toy Story was the key to the door of the past of many kids, which was filled with joy and happiness. Toy Story Series is an animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios targeting young kids, and it was directed by John Lasseter. Toy Story began the generation of many popular Pixar movie such as Finding Nemo, The Incredible, Cars and more. Toy Story was the first…

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  • Leadership In Toy Story

    Leaders come into play in every organization and a true leader is always willing to go above and beyond of what they must accomplish. They find the best solutions to solve any situation and figure out what is best for everyone. They motivate employees to strive to do better and push them to become a strong individual. Leadership plays an important role in every organization and it also played an important role in Toy Story. This movie is about Woody who is the leader of the toys and is Andy’s…

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  • Dinosaurs: The Real Monster In Jurassic Park

    maw because it's just eaten a few people. It can be argued that the dinosaurs do not look scientifically accurate, but for what they were intended to look like, they look pretty darn real to me. The action sequences are fairly well done, but they range from 'that could have been done better' to just being downright badass. The sounds are fantastic and they will never let you forget what a dinosaur roaring in your face sounds like. The music score fits in well with the movie and the slow, piano…

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  • Disney Pixar's Toy Story

    The Toy Story trilogy is a Disney Pixar classic because it was the beginning of an era for the company. Toy Story was the first Pixar movie to come out in 1995. Since the release of Toy Story they have not had a flop. They created some type of voodoo magic to make a trilogy that was not only cohesive but well liked by the masses. According to Rotten tomatoes the lesser-rated movie is Toy Story three with a 99%. This is rare for any type of movie; especially an animated movie. The movie is great,…

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  • Analysis Of Putin's Kiss By Pixar

    In Pixar’s first feature film Toy Story, Sid Phillips represents pure evil. Described by Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear as the neighborhood toy torturer, Sid explodes and decapitates random toys for entertainment. After Buzz finds himself trapped in Sid’s bedroom following a misunderstanding at Pizza Planet, Woody organizes an elaborate scheme to rescue Buzz from this unescapable dungeon. In Lise Birk Pedersen’s documentary Putin’s Kiss, journalist Oleg Kashin describes Nashi — the…

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  • Movie Analysis: The Lucifer Effect

    Toy Story is a movie about the secret lives that our toys live while we are not busy playing with them. The child that owns the toys in the movie is Andy, and Andy loves all his toys very much, but his favorite toy is a cowboy named Woody. Woody is the authoritative figure in the secret toy society and all the other toys look for advice and guidance from Woody. Andy is moving to a new house so the toys are all worried about accidentally being left behind. Because Andy is moving, his mom…

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  • Toy Play Analysis

    Using toys to play holds a critical role in the intellectual and social development of children. Children often use their daily playtime as a way to engage in the world around them. This play also helps them to have a better understanding of their surroundings. The most recent definition of play consists of five different criteria according to Pellegrini and Boyd (as cited in Toy Play in Infancy and Early Childhood: Normal Development and Special Considerations for Children with Disabilities,…

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  • Toys R Us Analysis

    Toys “R’nt” Us Most children have very personal relationships with their dolls. They take them everywhere and often idolize them. The population of American children are ethnically diverse, yet the toy industry lacks proper representation of the different ethnicities and races that make up their consumers. After visiting the Toys “R” Us in Culver City, I saw first hand how the majority of the dolls did not properly represent the consumers of that particular store. American retail stores like…

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