Sarah Chrystler ’13 invites you to this exciting film screening:
Check out Steve Jobs before it hits theaters nationwide! Set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint an intimate portrait of the brilliant man at its epicenter. The film is directed by Academy Award® winner Danny Boyle and written by Academy Award® winner Aaron Sorkin, working from Walter Isaacson’s best-selling biography of the Apple founder.
Please leave all cell phones and recording devices at home – there will be studio security in place! Be sure to get there early! Please bring your Wes ID as this is a campus event only.
Date: Tuesday, October 13th
Time: 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Place: Center for Film Studies, Goldsmith Family Cinema
Cost: Free with WesID
OH! WHAT A FANTASTIC THING!
Tomorrow night (Wednesday, 12/14), our very own Appledaughters (featuring Gabe Greenberg ’14, Jon Saalfield ’12, Howe Pearson ’12, and Sam Long ’12) will open for our very own Bear Hands (featuring Wes alums Ted Feldman ’09 and Dylan Rau ’07) at BAR in New Haven!
The show is FREE and 21+, so come to BAR to celebrate friendship and eat some pizza with your bear hands! The Appledaughters will start at 10pm and they’ve got a butt’s load of new music to de-poo!
Look, a website! And another website!
For those not following Apple’s every move, or those who don’t care, Apple news is unavoidable! A few minutes ago they unveiled a new version of the iPhone and dropped some money off the price. That’s right current users, your pod is now obsolete. Of course, you’re still locked in for two years.
Live coverage from Engadget: here.
EDIT, by Brian: Ok guys; I’ve been had. Where are the hidden cameras? As a result, it appears the series of pictures which follows this text is misleading. Justin D responds:
> Your recent post on Wesleying is more than a bit misleading. I am not
> yet officially employed by Apple (and technically, won’t be for the
> foreseeable future) and, as such, I am receiving no compensation of
> any kind for spreading the news about the most revolutionary mobile
> device ever created (mm, mm, good: iPhone). I’d like it if you would
> clearly state, as an addendum to your post, that there is no conflict
> of interest in this situation?and do so as soon as possible.
Definitely. Sounds like there is no conflict of interest in this situation, I was wrong, and that was weak.
Mr. T, your verdict?
True that, Mr. T. This article was written without enough info, not enough fact checking, and once, in the late 1980s, this article smoked but did not inhale. Brian’s current credibility: down the shitter. Justin’s current cred: top notch.
Just for Brian’s criminal record: a series of images that will probably be deleted soon (note to self: save sweet dramatic word enlargement graphic)
As Wesleying’s resident Apple evangelist, I just wanted to issue a reminder: start your drooling. iPhone launches at 6 PM on June 29. Get ready to stand in line for days outside your local Apple/AT&T store.