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1983 Apple Keynote by Steve Jobs

In this clip, you will see the young, vibrant and rebellious Steve Jobs speaking like a rock star on the stage. The time is April, 1984, he introduced the Apple IIc to the world at the Moscone Center.

'1984' Apple Macintosh Commercial

With this 1984 Ad, Apple identified the Macintosh the vision of the PC that combat conformity and asserting individuality. It is one of the most popular TV commercials in history.
Tagline of the ad "On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce the Macintosh. And you'll see why 1984 won't be like "1984."

A visual representation of trend and variation

In this clip, you can appreciate the power of a concrete, everyday analogy. The complex and vague concept of trend and variation becomes simple and clear.

Apple - Think Different TV Commercial

Apple debuted this campaign in 1997 to reestablish her counter-culture image. This ad uses only black and white portraits and prints, without any noticeable apple products displayed.
The core message of the ad is clear: "Think Different"

Benjamin Zander - Classical music with shining eyes

Take a look at this video and let the famous Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Benjamin Zander to lead you to a discovery journey of classical music.
It is also a beautifully crafted presentation, full of stories, exercises and emotional moments.

Buckle Up Ad 1

This ad is a perfect demonstration of how a boring message (to buckle up!) can be represented in a much more human and emotional way.

Buckle Up Ad 2

Surprises and tragic emotions are powerful tools for getting message across.

Busting the Mehrabian Myth

Get your messages across through WORDS not facial expression and tone of voice. Look at this video clip and see how the Mehrabian myth is affecting our effective communication.

Andy Arrow - Effective Multimedia Presentation

Watch this excellent PowerPoint make over video, showing you the before-and-after of a typical information and data loaded slides turned to a simple and effective visual aid.