Sometimes it feels like the internet is 90 percent inspirational quotes. Albert Einstein, Gandhi, and Walt Disney are all popular sources for bite-sized nuggets of inspiration. But sometimes the quotes attributed to these people are just wrong. Like these quotes from Disney — a man who didn't actually say, "If you…
As Albert Einstein once said, "Don't believe every quote you read on the internet, because I totally didn't say that."
Nathan Yau has turned the American Film Institute's 100 most memorable quotes from American cinema into chart form. Here they are, in all their wonderful geeky glory.
The New Yorker has a list of the top ten tech quotes of 2011. Instead of the usual boring quotes about how awesome a product is, they're insights into the dirty underbelly of the world of technology.
Want to know what CEO Stephen Elop thinks about the past, the present and the future of Nokia. Here are some memorable quotes from his D9 interview with Walt Mossberg.
A good quote deserves to be remembered, and Quotebook is designed to do just that: it's a simple, elegant way to archive those scraps of language you know might be worth revisiting down the line.
What is it?
Quotebook, $2, iPhone. There's not a whole lot to it: it's a notebook for quotes. A quotebook. You can…
That deal Spotify signed with Sony got you really excited, right? Well, another puzzle piece might be about to click into place; Warner Music CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. just said that "we do see Spotify, and services like Spotify, as ever-more meaningful for our results." Meaningful enough to sign a contract, Mr. Bronfman…
Eric—it's been great. We're going to miss you as CEO of one of history's most important and influential companies. But we'll also miss you for the strange, creepy, absurd, and downright dumb things you've uttered. Below, our favorites:
In 1985, Playboy talked to an enthusiastic 29-year-old Steve Jobs. In that lengthy interview, the entirety of which has been recently reposted online, Jobs touches on many topics, including the allure of California in the 1960s. Namely: Dylan and LSD.
Space has long been considered humanity's final frontier. But for retired Air Force General Lester Lyles, it's just the final front. When it comes to observing the enemy, he explained recently, the farther out we are the better.
Everyone, including Apple, knows that the next logical step in making the Apple TV set-top product is embedding that technology into a TV. It'd be like all the Korean TV manufacturers putting Netflix in theirs. But Apple says no.
During that Apple town hall meeting we mentioned earlier this week CEO Steve Jobs reportedly had some choice words regarding Google that left little doubt about how the outspoken executive sees the competition. Updated.
The words of Sir Howard Stringer, Chief Executive and Lead Turnaroundologist at the listing company, where no amount of superficially revamped game consoles and holiday seasons seem to be able to brighten Sony's outlook.
Acer's president says that increasing demand from Asia is going to push them over the edge, all the way to number two on the worldwide PC maker's shipping list.