Submitted by Sammy Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Perhaps you watched Steve Jobs and other Apple people introduce the iPad on 27 January 2010…. Fans of archaeology might have noted that one of the major demonstrations, of the program Keynote (does a better job of making presentations than the Microsoft program Powerpoint), used the topic “Seven Wonders of the World,” which focused on selected archaeological sites.
Clearly, many people put considerable thought into deciding what to use to demonstrate this new machine.
What does it mean that they chose an archaeological topic to punch their high-profile product introduction?
Here’s the link to watch video-on-demand introducing the iPad….