Malcolm McDowell as CALIGOLA (Tinto Brass, 1979). It was produced by the adult magazine "Penthouse", is a drama of high erotic content that chronicles the rise and fall of the Roman emperor Caligula. Most professionals involved in the official shooting, including the director, felt cheated and betrayed and demanded the removal of their names from the credits.
Take this remarkable marketing lesson from Steve Jobs and Malcolm Gladwell: Think about that for a moment: || Gladwell writes books that he would want to read. They are unlike any other books in his niche. His books are also amongst the best selling non fiction books of the last 30 years. || Jobs created products because he thought they were beautiful. Jobs’ success with Apple led to his company being the most highly valued in the world.
The nation’s prisons now contain more inhabitants than any American city save New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. And yet there is no “prison correspondent” at any of the nation’s major newspapers. This isn’t entirely the papers’ fault. Even if reporters were sent to the prisons, they could be denied entry: the Supreme Court has ruled that the First Amendment does not prevent prison authorities from barring the press.