Posts Tagged ‘laptop’ has come up with this very cool and slightly weird Steampunk Laptop. Its very cool as a novelty and very cool to shock your friends.

Here is a description of the laptop:

“This may look like a Victorian music box, but inside this intricately hand-crafted wooden case lives a Hewlett-Packard ZT1000 laptop that runs both Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux. It features an elaborate display of clockworks under glass, engraved brass accents, claw feet, an antiqued copper keyboard and mouse, leather wrist pads, and customized wireless network card. The machine turns on with an antique clock-winding key by way of a custom-built ratcheting switch made from old clock parts.”

I think its pretty cool. What about you?

the grass is always greener on the welded side

Intel have named BEP frontman Director of Creative Innovation this past week.

Intel describes the position, “As an extension of his insatiable fascination with technology, which plays a significant role in his professional and personal lives, will engage in a multi-year, hands-on creative and technology collaboration with Intel Corporation.”

“Nearly everything I do involves processors and computers, and when I see an Intel chip I think of all the creative minds involved that help to amplify my own creativity,” said “Teaming up with the scientists, researchers and computer programmers at Intel to collaborate and co-develop new ways to communicate, create, inform and entertain is going to be amazing.”

Deborah Conrad, Intel vice president and chief marketing officer added, “We’re thrilled to tap into the limitless creativity brings to the table. He’s not only a brilliant artist and producer, but also an innovator pushing the bounds of technology professionally and personally. We share a strong interest in innovation around music, art and lifestyle, and are excited to join forces to establish an authentic, emotional connection with consumers,”

Intel says is slated to collaborate with Intel on all types of products, ranging from smartphones to tablets and laptops.

Intel is not the first company to appoint a celebrity into a creative role. Most recently, Polaroid appointed Lady Gaga as its creative director, which they it claims means she will lead the team in the right direction creatively.

I dunno about this, does this mean they get a desk and day job? Will they clock in at their respective companies every morning? I don’t think so.

This looks like another case of celebrity endorsement, whether or not will & GaGa will actually have some input in their positions remains to be seen.

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