Definitions for "Kawasaki, Guy"
Former software evangelist and Apple Fellow at Apple Computer, Inc. Now CEO of the Garage Technology Ventures venture-capital company. Writer of seven fantastic books, including "Selling the Dream" (ISBN 0-88730-600-4, HarperCollins Publishers, 1991), "The Computer Curmudgeon" (ISBN 1-56130-013-1, Hayden Books, 1992), and "Rules for Revolutionaries" (ISBN 0-88730-996-8, HarperCollins Publishers, 1999). Even if you think Macintosh is a first cut at what Windows got right, you'll laugh so hard reading "The Computer Curmudgeon" that tears will roll down your face! Guy Kawasaki has made several fascinating sneaker observations in his writings
"I am an evangelist for a $175 basketball shoe made by Reebok called The Pump. The way I figure it, the more people I convince to buy it, the less stupid I will look for spending that much money on a basketball shoe. I think it even makes me play better." (From "Selling the Dream", ISBN 0-88730-600-4, HarperCollins Publishers, 1991, page 15.)
"A (bozo) company that hasn't added emotions to facts would say to women, 'We have two pieces of cotton, leather, and rubber. You have $100.00. If you give us the $100.00, we'll give you the cotton, leather, and rubber.'" (From "Rules for Revolutionaries", ISBN 0-88730-996-8, HarperCollins Publishers, 1999, page 86.)