Apr 1, 2014

AtoZ #1 - Apple

Apple

Steve Serpent Jobs. Mission: Temptation. Accomplished. 
- GS

Image courtesy : Mick Amato

Cheers,
GS

24 comments:

  1. WOW!!!! I gaped with mouths wide open seeing this!!!

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    1. Thanks Sri :-) Don't close the mouth yet, for the blog is going to feed more delicacies this month ...

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  2. Aha! That's a big story in just 6 words! :)

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    1. Thanks Shilpa... the beauty of these stories is in the unwritten words where the reader participates in the inference of the story . glad that you have participated big time

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  3. This is a terrific theme. Have you ever looked up some of the other 6 word stories famous authors wrote? My favorite was Joss Whedon's. I did a post on this a few years back (http://pensuasion.blogspot.com/2011/05/for-bet-ernest-hemingway-once-wrote.html). Awesome!
    Happy fist day of the A to Z challenge!

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    1. Thanks Hennessy .. Read your post .. Amazing list it was !

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  4. It took me a while to figure out where your entry was, till I read your post on the theme you are following for the challenge :) Brevity has always been an issue for me. I will try out some six word stories too. Your post above has numerous interpretations!

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    1. All the best for your 6 word stories Aarthi.. One of the interpretations is that you are tempted to write six word stories too now :-)

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  5. I read Hemingway's six words story and thought it was pure genius. This theme is amazing. I always struggle with brevity.

    sania @ Fragile Words

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  6. Yes.. Hemingway was indeed a genius.. Hoping that brevity can be an acquired skill with this series..

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  7. I like this! It's amazing how much can be accomplished in six words!

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    1. Thanks Keltner :-) 6 words * 26 days .. I hope you will hop aboard this journey regularly :-)

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  8. This was a great six-word, and I love the picture to go with it. Subtle, but very effective! Nicely done. :)

    Alex Hurst, fantasy author in Japan, participating in Blogging A-Z April Challenge.

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    1. Thanks Alex :-) Glad you noticed the effort in choosing the picture

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  9. This is so awesome. I loved your theme. Brilliant :)

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    1. Thanks Rajilakshmi :-) Hope to see you more in my blog

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  10. Not that familiar with such strict brevity... Guess it will take some time for me to get used to this.. I get involved much in detailing...

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    1. True.. This will take some time to adapt.. I am trying this for the first time too.. Compared to some other short stories I have written, these flash fiction stories are demanding a greater effort .. I hope you get used to this taste too soon :-)

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  11. Awesome. Steve Jobs! Apple - Serpent - all so beautifully expressed.
    - From a Steve Jobs fan and iEverything devices owner.

    Bubble Ink
    http://bubble-ink.blogspot.in

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    1. Thanks Bubble ink :) Jobs is such a great man.. He truly had an impact on our history

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