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It's odd; on paper I don't even like capitalism that much, or believe in The American Way, or think that gadgets -- or any possession -- can make us happy. I'm not the kind of guy who normally watches corporate presentations, let alone watches them through tears. And yet when Steve Jobs introduced the clamshell iBook back in 1999, I found myself actually weeping with gratitude.

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Exhibition Stylectrical: How Apple conquered design

The exhibition Stylectrical in Hamburg, Germany ended in January 2012. The "Museum f├╝r Kunst und Gerwerbe" showed everything┬┤ Designer Jonathan Ive made for Apple starting from 1997 when the Apple Logo was multicolored and the computers were grey, which he instantly turned upside down. One of the Designers which had a great impact on Ive was the German Dieter Rams - his products for electronics manufacturer Braun were also at exhibition.
A illustrated catalog is still on sale.

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