The Circle of Book Clubs invites you to an i-opening afternoon. Meet Ken Segall, author of Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success.
It’s impossible to think of Apple without thinking of Steve Jobs but Ken Segall, known as the man who put the “i” in Apple, is the man most responsible for introducing the company we know as Apple to the world.
Ken’s book, Insanely Simple, goes behind the scenes with Steve Jobs, showing how Job’s focus on simplicity earned Apple gigantic rewards. For more than 12 years, Ken Segall worked closely with Steve Jobs as his ad agency’s creative director, spanning NeXT and Apple. Segall led the advertising behind the Think different campaign and started the i-frenzy by naming the iMac.
Meet Ken Segall
When: Sunday, March 3, 2013 2 to 4 pm
Where: To be announced. Provide your email address with payment to receive the event address.
Cost: $35 per person, ($25 of which is tax deductible)
How: Reserve your seat today by mailing your check, payable to Pima Library Foundation to:
Pima Library Foundation
PO Box 13245
Tucson, AZ, 85732
Wine and light refreshments will be served.
For more information, please call Betty, (520) 747-3310 or Marcia at (520) 982-3583.
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Charlie Spillar, who blogs online here at Tucsoncitizen.com as “Artistic Tucson” was just named one of 10 “local heroes” in the Tucson Weekly’s Dec.22-28 issue (on news stands now). Charlie was praised for his leadership in helping to save the unusual Valley of the Moon, finding new homes for the Magic Carpet Golf statues after that entertainment venue closed, and fighting to retain a drive-in theater in Tucson when the De Anza Drive In Theater also closed. I know Charlie from meeting over the last year/half at art receptions and galleries, and he is indeed passionate about art and preserving it. His own whimsical bird sculptures are unique and attractive, last seen by me at the Art Gallery on the NE corner of Stone/Speedway.
To read more about Charlie go online to www.tucsonweekly.com (article is written by one of our former editors/artist Ryn Gargulinski, now a writer for the Weekly). Or pick up your issue today or tomorrow all over town, page 18.
Another local hero in that Weekly article is Patricia Maisch, who wrestled that gun clip away from Jared Loughner on January 8, 2011. She is now a spokesperson for Mayors Against Illegal Guns, to tighten background checks of people who purchase guns. The article about Patricia is on page 15 of the Weekly. She is also honored as one of AARP Magazine’s “The Daring Dozen” in their December 2011/January 2012 issue (page 51). These 12 American individuals are recognized as people who use “their energy, creativity and passion to make the world a better place.”
Arizona shooting heroes Ret. Army Col. Bill Badger and Roger Salzgeber are honored along Patricia for their acts of physically bringing armed Loughner down to the ground at the NW Safeway. I recently met both Patricia and Roger at the Tucson hearing by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission, through mutual contact Daniel Hernandez, Jr.
A tribute to one of these “daring dozen” was given to my former boss Hawaiian U.S. Senator Dan Inouye (page 48), now President Pro Tempore, who is committed to “common courtesy” as a “Chief Compromiser”. The Senator has served in the U.S. Senate since Hawaii’s statehood in 1959. He just sent me a President Pro Tempore medallion as a keepsake.
Read this AARP article about “Inspire Awards Honorees” online (click here).
Congratulations Charlie and to these other 9 Tucson local heroes, and to the AARP “Daring Dozen”, which also included famous people such as Jane Goodall and the late Steve Jobs.