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Transcript: History of Apple 1998-Present Closure 2nd Logo 1st Logo In 1996-1997 they lost a lot of money & Steve came back. The first logo was designed in 1976 by Ronald Wayne (The 3rd Co-Founder of Apple. Logo name: The Newton Crest 1976-1976 In the logo is Isaac Newton sitting under a tree and a apple dangling above his head. There was no rhyme or reason behind the placement of the colors. Scully and Jobs got into a argument and jobs resigned. Logo Presentation By: David Lopez The bite in the apple was made to let people know it was a apple and not a tomato. Citations The Apple logo was already recognized worldwide so they decided to change it. They thought the rainbow apple looked out of place and wouldn't look good on the newer model computers and other electronics by Apple. Steve Jobs & His friend built a apple computer & it was a success. Jobs invited Scully 'president of Pepsi-Cola' and he became president and CEO of Apple. 1976-1988 In my opinion the new logo looks a lot better than the first one because its a lot more simple and more professional and the second logo just looks off and unprofessional because of all the colors. 3rd Logo Evolution of apple computer Apple History Thirty Years of Apple "Edible Apple." The Evolution and History of the Apple Logo | . N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Sept. 2014. "Recent Changes." / Specs for Every Apple Computer, Established 1996. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Sept. 2014. "Happy Birthday, Mac." Apple. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Sept. 2014. Today's Apple Logo After he came back they did very well and they had a lot of sales. Rainbow Apple History of Apple

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Transcript: "...a goal (in STRIPS) describes some desired state of the world that we want to reach." InvalidKey AnimLooped AnimPlayed AtNode AtNodeType AtTargetPos CoverStatus DisturbanceExists Idling MountedObject PositionIsValid RidingVehicle, ReactedToWorldStateEvent SurveyedArea TargetIsAimingAtMe TargetIsLookingAtMe TargetIsDead TargetIsFlushedOut TargetIsSuppressed TraversedLink UsingObject WeaponArmed WeaponLoaded Count Idle Animate Goto TraverseLink Work CorrectPosition Death Follow FollowWait FollowHide EscapeDanger SearchFollow (Intro) PLANNING GOAL SET: COMBAT BASE ACTIONS GOAL SET: PATROL WORLD STATE PROPERTY KEYS WORLD STATES GOAL SET: BASE Reference: Three States and a Plan: The AI of F.E.A.R. Orkin, J. Game Developer's Conference Proceedings, 2006 Idle Animate Goto TraverseLink Work CorrectPosition Death Follow FollowWait FollowHide EscapeDanger SearchFollow (Intro) Guard plus additional goalsets Invalid Block BlockedPath Damage Defeated EnemyInFlamePot FollowerOutOfRange IncomingMeleeAttack MeleeBlocked MeleeBlockFailure MeleeBlockSuccess Shoved Surprised EnemyInPlaceForSurpriseAttack Taser1Stunned Taser2Stunned BerserkerKicked FinishingMove WeaponBroke Investigate Search Menace Chase KillEnemy SuppressEnemy FlushOut Dodge Cover Ambush ReactToDamage SelfDefense Alert SearchLostTarget "In a planning system, we represent the state of the world as a conjunction of literals. Another way to phrase this is to say that we represent the state of the world as an assignment to some set of variables that collectively describe the world." "Planning is a formalized process of searching for sequence of actions to satisfy a goal. The planning process is called plan formulation. The planning system that we implemented for F.E.A.R. most closely resembles the STRIPS planning system from academia." "STRIPS consists of goals and actions, where goals describe some desired state of the world to we want to reach, and actions are defined in terms of preconditions and effects. An action may only execute if all of its preconditions are met, and each action changes the state of the world in some way." "The preconditions are described in terms of the state of the world, just like we defined our goal. The effects are described with list of modifications to the state of the world." GOAL SET: COMBAT BASE GOALS Patrol plus additional goalsets Investigate Search Menace Chase KillEnemy SuppressEnemy FlushOut Dodge Cover Ambush ReactToDamage SelfDefense Alert SearchLostTarget WORLD STATE EVENTS MAIN PILLARS ACTION SET: BASE Animate TraverseLink Idle GotoTarget GotoNode GotoNodeOfType UseSmartObjectNode GotoValidPosition DeathOnVehicle Follow FollowPlayer FollowWaitAtNode EscapeDanger ReactToDanger GetOutOfTheWay GOAL SET: BASE Soldier AI framework in F.E.A.R. InstantDeath (FollowHeavyArmor) AttackFromAmbush (InstantDeathKnockedDown) (LongRecoilBullet) (LongRecoilExplosive) (LongRecoilMelee) KnockDownBullet KnockDownMelee KnockDownExplosive (ShortRecoilMelee) AttackReady GotoTargetLost LongRecoilHelmetPiercing "In F.E.A.R., A.I. use cover more tactically, coordinating with squad members to lay suppression fire while others advance. A.I. only leave cover when threatened, and blind fire if they have no better position." "F.E.A.R. A.I. always try to stay covered, never leave cover unless threatened and other cover is available, and fire from cover to the best of their ability." "The primary point we are trying to get across here is that with a planning system, we can just toss in goals and actions. We never have to manually specify the transitions between these behaviors. The A.I. figure out the dependencies themselves at run-time based on the goal state and the preconditions and effects of actions." ACTION SET: SOLDIER Attack AttackCrouch SuppressionFire SuppressionFireFromCover FlushOutWithDynamite AttackFromCover BlindfireFromCover AttackDynamiteFromCover (AttackFromView) DrawWeapon (ChangeWeapon) HolsterWeapon ReloadCrouch ReloadCovered InspectDisturbance LookAtDisturbance SurveyArea DodgeRoll DodgeShuffle DodgeCovered Uncover AttackMelee TraverseBlockedDoor LookAtDisturbanceFromView GOAL SET: GUARD "A STRIPS action is defined by its preconditions and effects. The preconditions are described in terms of the state of the world, just like we defined our goal. The effects are described with list of modifications to the state of the world. "

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Transcript: Mariah Miles INTERVIEW METHODS Empowered Partnerships 1. What trends or changes do you see in student affairs and campus living that excite you and give you a sense of confidence in the possibilities for Housing, Residence Life & Greek Life in the future? 2. With these changes or trends in mind, what do you see as the ideal future for Housing, Residence Life & Greek Life? 3. What must Housing, Residence Life & Greek Life so in the next 10 years to realize this ideal future? Could you describe some of the unknown variables that will affect these plans? How will you take advantage of them? Organizational Design ORBH 412 Project Team Andrew Webb 1. Tell me about a time when you had an empowered partnership with a student, HRLGL team member, university employee or other stakeholder? What made that experience so exceptional? 2. In your own words, describe the dynamics of an empowered partnership. What are its characteristics? 3. Imagine all the possibilities for a new and enhanced partnership. What are the three most compelling opportunities you foresee? What must we do to realize the promise of this partnership? Marie Loop 1. Describe a time when you felt most involved in the “big picture” of the Office of Housing, Residence Life & Greek Life. Tell me about the situation. How did you know you were involved in organization’s success? Did you feel like you were at the center of things and making a significant contribution? What about the situation brought out the best in you? 2. Reflecting back on the situation you just described, how did the shared vision of your organization come into play? How does the organizational vision come into your day-to-day interactions? 3. Imagine you fall into a deep, deep sleep and wake up 10 years in the future. Imagine that HRLGL has fulfilled its vision and mission. What does this look like? Bartosz Mach Shared Vision Sarah Hyde-Pinner “The task of leadership is to create an alignment of strengths in ways that make weaknesses irrelevant.” -Peter Drucker- Strategic Opportunities Insights Appreciative Inquiry 1. Tell me about a time when HRLGL's organizational structure most supported you in implementing the core purpose, vision and values of the organization. 2. Describe an organization that you've seen, heard of, or experienced, who structure created an environment where individuals could work across lines and positions. What effect did this structure have on its employees? Its customer relationships? Its financial performance? Its ability to achieve its goals? 3. What metaphor would you use to describe that organization's structure? (For example, you might say the organization's structure was like a spider plant. It had an intentionally small central organization, with mini organizations – or “chutes” - that would spring out every time a new product or service was launched.) 4. What can we learn from this organization you've just described? What might be borrowed from its structure, in order to heighten the health and vitality of HRLGL?

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Transcript: As you can see i had to rotate the image and after that, i cut it into shape and put the wording onto it. I decided to keep it black and white, as i feel it suits the feel of the image and putting colour onto may make it look odd. Logo Proposal This is my 2nd logo design for our company Perfect Pixels co.I intend to make this a simple drawn up design, which will be eye catching and blend in with alot of well known brands, In terms of my design and the way the logo is structured. I believe the logo with appeal to all people, it may grab the attention of a more mature audience due to the simplicity and seriousness of my design. but it will also appeal to all age groups.The logo will be for a media company and i will make that clear by adding media to the logo name, So on the logo it will be written as means Perfect Pixels Media co,That could be the website address and the letters PPM in itself could attract some views as it may be a little puzzle for some,as they may try guessing what the letters actually stand for. I choose to use a shield with wings and rays of the sun around it and a headers bar at the bottom to write the title of the company.In the shield i will insert the image of a Chameleon with its tongue sticking out.I choose the shield because i think its shows signs of seriousness and will be easy to identify as a logo as alot of logos tend to have shields.I believe the wings make the design eye catching and give the image a different meaning and more appeal,For example to a kid it may capture their imagination.The rays of the sun around the shield i feel brighten up the design and gives it a sophisticated look which i want people to expect and associate with our company. Also the Chameleon in the shield stands for natural and adaptable qualities which are quite important in media i feel by adding it to the logo,I feel it gives it more meaning and leaves the viewer asking questions.The logo will be suitable for our website,branding,marketing and so much more. This is the image after i added a few changes to it. I decided to not change too much of the image but did change the colour as i felt that would make the image stand out more. I then picked a suitable font and inserted the wording into the image. 3rd Logo Before Photoshop Before Photoshop Final Design Final design Short speech This is my first logo design. I made it by getting the image off the net, I then loaded the image into photoshop, Cut it into size and then added the wording to it. The fonts i choose blend in with the image, and i believe it makes the image clear and easy to read, which also makes it easier for the target audiences to understand and see our logo. Sport Speech I went to google and downloaded several images like the shield and the wings for my design.I then went into photoshop and opened up the images,traced round it and then cut.Then i placed them together,went onto DaFont website, picked a font and and placed the wording in the shield. Most of my Design was done on photoshop. The Way out Before Photoshop Before and After Before Before i touched the images in photoshop these were the originals. I got them from google. Short Speech My 3rd design was inspired by a logo i designed a while ago. Due to the good response and the power of the image i decided to base my 3rd logo on the image of a skull and build around it. I went online and downloaded a image of a skull, I then loaded the image into Photoshop, After that i traced around the image,cut it into shape,After which i went onto DaFont, Copied and pasted the wording into Photoshop.Coloured the skull and finished off my design.The fonts and colours i choose bring out the magic in the image and i believe it give an ancient feel to the logo. 4th Logo Logo Proposal I am designing a logo for our company called Perfect Pixels Co. The aim is to make this a eye catching and commanding image that appeals to all ages,races and age groups, But mainly people involved in any way in media.As the logo i am designing is for a media company, I intend to somehow make that very clear with my logo design. I choose to use the image of an eagle as the main image of the logo, with the writing Perfect Pixels on top of the eagle and media at the bottom. I used the image of the eagle because it is a symbol of strength,pride and bravery and i want whoever sees the logo to identify these qualities with our company, and also with the wording,Perfect Pixels Media, I know that people will automatically understand that its the logo of a media company. Also i decided to colour the eagle with the colours of the union jack, as our company is a british company and if we decided to make it an international company, People aboard would automatically associate Britain with the company and this i believe would help getting the company more clients, Based on the country we are talking about that is. My target audience is all people and any body involved in all aspects of media, Thats why i choose

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