Daniel Borel, Co-Founder Logitech on One Billionth Mouse – VIDEO Exclusive

12.11.08 | Category: Breaking News, Interaction Design, Video

Daniel Borel, Co-Founder Logitech and Drue Kataoka Logitech Co-Founder Daniel Borel is celebrating the creation of ONE BILLION mice. “That’s enough (end on end) to stretch to the moon and back,” he told a packed Stanford Memorial Auditorium gathered to honor the 40th anniversary of Douglas Engelbart’s landmark 1968 “DEMO” at SRI that signaled the dawn of interactive computing.

Don’t Miss ValleyZen’s exclusive VIDEO interview with Daniel Borel:

  • Daniel Borel on One Billion Mice
  • Zen “out-of-the-box” thinking in Logitech’s (sometimes shocking but always interesting) advertising
  • Logitech’s early roots, founded on a farm in Apples, Vaud, Switzerland
  • Tech Incubators: Swiss Farms vs. Valley garages…
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    CLINT EASTWOOD’S Letters from Iwo Jima – Cinematic Wabi Sabi

    12.05.08 | Category: Simplicity

    Clint Eastwood talks with ValleyZen's Drue Kataoka
    At Iwo Jima, more than 20,000 Japanese troops perished on the black sand. This is their story.

    Yesterday we met and talked with Clint Eastwood at a screening of his masterpiece, Letters from Iwo Jima, a film about the famous Pacific struggle told from the Japanese soldiers’ point of view. The movie is the companion to Eastwood’s Flags of Our Fathers, created from the American point of view.

    As we watched the film and listened to Eastwood, we were struck by…

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    Jim Barnett, Founder & CEO Turn, Inc. – Video Interview

    12.01.08 | Category: Power Zen, Simplicity, Unexpected, Valley Future, Video

    Jim Barnett, Founder CEO Turn
    Watch a video with Jim Barnett, Founder & CEO of Turn, Inc. Jim Barnett’s Zen insights are interesting for entrepreneurs , business people, or anyone implementing a big vision.

    Don’t Miss Jim Barnett on:

    • 19 years of morning meditation
    • Riding up King’s Mountain to clear his mind
    • Simplicity in advertising
    • On naming his company “TURN”
    • Performance and simplicity behind Turn
    • On building a culture of honesty and Zen authenticity
    • Why he doesn’t care about reference checks in hiring…
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