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bloomberg businessweek: data security

businessweek investigates what happens when your smartphone get stolen and the private information that gets looked at. entertaining package of illustrations, including controversy over the ‘photos’ one. the blurred version is the original one i sent, but the legals were uncomfortable with my blurring (okay, it’s true, you can see junk), thus the final version has black bars covering sensitive areas. i will say though, the back and forth over this change cause quite the amusement in the studio.

…and to answer your unasked question, yes indeed there is a full-on nudie NSFW version!

Data Security: Most Finders of Lost Smartphones Are Snoops
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bloomberg businessweek: apple's supply-chain secret? hoard lasers

one of the keys to apple’s success has been spending money on operations. so when apple wanted a special lighting solution that required a laser capable of creating nearly invisible holes, they didn’t just get a few of these special lasers…they bought all of them. for the record, i am pretty sure this is exactly what industrial lasers look like. pew! pew!

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bloomberg businessweek: apple’s supply-chain secret? hoard lasers, by adam satariano and peter burrows

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bloomberg businessweek: apple’s supply-chain secret? hoard lasers

one of the keys to apple’s success has been spending money on operations. so when apple wanted a special lighting solution that required a laser capable of creating nearly invisible holes, they didn’t just get a few of these special lasers…they bought all of them. for the record, i am pretty sure this is exactly what industrial lasers look like. pew! pew!

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bloomberg businessweek: apple’s supply-chain secret? hoard lasers, by adam satariano and peter burrows

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banana peels

i love when separate clients have articles which include similar visual themes and deadlines, in this case, bananas! wired was writing about science and banana peels (uv ripeness, water filtration and medicinal benefits), while businessweek took a look at air france competing with budget carriers by lowering prices through the removal of services (ie, trash collection). the stories and designs were different, but them peels ain’t.

wired: 3 smart things about banana peels
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bloomberg businessweek: attention passengers, take out the trash
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bloomberg businessweek: alpha android (alternate)

as mentioned in a previous post, this illustration for bloomberg businessweek had an alternate version. the specifics of the story changed, so the specifics of the illustration ended up changing as well, however, i liked the direction the first one one was going, so what the hell, i finished it up. i am undecided which version i prefer.

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bloomberg businessweek: alpha android

more technology mayhem from businessweek, this time it’s about google tightening their control over the android operating system. the article is first running online, but i am looking forward to seeing how it comes out in the magazine. should be fun (a future post will include an alternate version!).

bloomberg businessweek: do not anger the alpha android, by ashlee vance and peter burrows
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