Logo is something that defines your company and it is something how people remembers you. For example, if you see a picture of an apple, I bet you definitely picture Steve Jobs or an iPhone or something related to the Apple Inc. Another example is the “thumps up” or letter “f”, the thing comes to our mind is the Facebook Logo – its “Like” button or the blue F logo design. One of my favorite logos are the Toyota logo and the Apple logo.
Toyota’s logo is very unique and many people don’t know the meaning behind it, so here is a quick post about Toyota Logo. Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world. To be specific, it is the third-largest by production behind General Motors and Volkswagen Group, having over 300,000 employees worldwide. Toyota reported it had manufactured its 200-millionth vehicle in July 2012, being the eleventh-largest company in the world by revenue.
First Ever Toyota Logo:
Every successful company has some mystery behind its name and logo. We have some interesting facts about Apple logo that very few people might know. The mystery behind the name of this company is very interesting. Steve Jobs named his company “Apple” because he was coming back from an apple farm, and he was on a fruitarian diet. He thought the name was fun, spirited and not intimidating.
Three Apples that changed the world we live in: 1. the Biblical story of Adam and Eve eating the apple, 2. Apple falling on Isaac Newton’s head, and 3. Steve Jobs’ Apple which is the most demanding fruit in the tech market today. Let’s discuss some facts about the logo our favorite fruit company – Apple Inc.
First ever Apple Logo:
Since 1976, Apple has used several different logos. Apple’s first logo featured Sir Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree which was designed by Ron Wayne. Apple used this logo only for a very short time of period and replaced it with a “rainbow Apple”.
Barack Hussein Obama, the current president of the United States is one of the most influential personalities in the world. I have collected some interesting facts about Barack Obama. To make this article simple to read, I have categorized it in three parts: 1. Early and Teenage Life, 2. Young Obama, and 3. President Obama.
1. Facts about Barack Obama – Early and Teenage Life:
- Born in Hawaii (became the first and only US President to be born there).
- His late grandmother used to call him “bear”.
- He doesn’t like ice-cream! (Why? Reason – he worked in Baskin-Robbins as a teenager).
- In Indonesia, he had a pet ape called Tata. While living in Indonesia, he ate dog meat, snake meat, and roasted grasshopper. Many of his friends in Indonesia were “street urchins” (street children or homeless children who live on the street).
- His dream was to play basketball as a teenager. He was known as “Barry O’ Bomber” at high school for his skill at basketball.
Yes, you read it correctly. A man married a pillow! We say that “Love is blind” and “True love can take many forms”. In this case, it has taken the form of a Korean man falling in love with, and eventually marrying, a large pillow with a picture of a woman on it. Lee Jin-gyu fell for his ‘dakimakura’ – a kind of large, huggable pillow from Japan, often with a picture of a popular anime character printed on the side. In Lee’s case, his beloved pillow has an image of Fate Testarossa, from the ‘magical girl’ anime series Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha.
After a long time, Apple finally announced few updates in its MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and MacBook Air lines at WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference). I have tried to keep this post short and simple (since it is only “summary”). This post covers all the summary of the event including what they released and what they promised to release.
|Image courtesy: Apple Inc.|