The Gorillaz have released the sixth single off their most recent album The Now Now, and it's a milestone of sorts for the virtual band — their first "live" music video. Russel, 2-D, Noodle, and Ace take the stage for a wild visual trip that has everything from 3D and hand animation to claymation. Gorillaz co-founder Jamie Hewlett was the creative mastermind behind the video, along with Blinkink and Paris-based production house Eddy.
Steve Jobs was the co-founder of Apple, America's first trillion dollar company. To say pitching a new idea to him could be intimidating would be an understatement. Just ask Ken Kocienda. The software engineer and designer worked at Apple for over 15 years and during his time there brought several demos to the CEO, including the autocorrect touchscreen keyboard for the iPhone. In this interview, Kocienda describes exactly what it was like to pitch a prototype to Steve Jobs.