David Moore, known on the Internet as MacDavid, has a little obsession with Apple, Inc. He — as many of us do — loves their products, philosophy, and omg-it’s-shiny-I-want-one-now.
David resides in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There, he teaches music, studies video production (have you seen some of his hilarious videos?), and he tweets. Obviously.
While he’s not hustling his creative juices in music and video he’s launching projects like the How iMac Project — which launched last week. Note: This is not a project about Apple iMac desktop computers; it’s about how artists, bloggers, businesses, designers, sportspeople, and more use Apple’s products and technology in their lifestyle.
The best part about the project that it’s a collaboration between David and the user across the Internet: a user records their experience with the Apple products they own, the video is sent to David, he uses his fantastic skills to piece the videos together, and then he sends the video back to the user with the intention of them displaying it proudly on their website or blog.
Let’s use a real example. The first ever episode features the team at Tatango — a company founded by 24-year-old entrepreneur Derek Johnson.
Tatango started out as small-time text messaging service for his college fraternity brothers at the University of Houston that has since gone through a few facelifts as Derek’s vision for the service grew. In fact, at age 23, Derek dropped out of the Entrepreneurial program at U of H to focus purely on the growth and development of what we now know as Tantago.
The company uses Macintosh computers exclusively, and five members of the six-person team explain how they Mac in their various roles at Tatango.
So, How Do you Mac? Get involved at How iMac Project.
You can discover more about the services Tatango provides and who they are at Tatango.com. Obviously, both @Tatango and @MacDavid are on Twitter.
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