You can now watch the peculiar Funny or Die Steve Jobs movie iSteve. The 78 minute flick starring Justin Long as Steve Jobs was the third Steve Jobs biopic announced but the first to release. I think there's an award for that or something. You can watch the full length movie at Funny or Die here. [Funny or Die via …
What's this? Former Apple spokesperson Justin Long, using a jailbroken iPhone on Jimmy Kimmel Live? He's no longer under their thumb, so can use whatever he damn well pleases—but will he use a WP7 come October? [Thanks, Tolk!]
As Justin Long foretold, Apple has officially concluded their "Get a Mac" campaign, ending a particularly irritating chapter of tech advertising history. The window for nostalgia here is impossibly small, so watch this comprehensive recap while you still care.
Floppy-haired Justin Long has said in an interview with the AV Club that the 'Get A Mac' adverts "might be done...I think they're going to move on." Move on to more ads with disembodied hands and loud indie-pop?
Apple heard Windows 7 was out and called in the usuals to make fun of it in three different ways. UPDATED
Each day I get a little bit sadder that Billy Mays is no longer with us. Good thing there are so many spokeassholes vying for position in the marketing pantheon.
Personally, I don't have a problem with Justin Long and his mac ads. Apparently I'm one of the minority. Contrary to previous reports, it seems that Justin Long is going to keep on being the Mac guy for the foreseeable future. He says, in his blog (wtf?):