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Steve Jobs was at the Wall Street Journal's All Things D conference yesterday and the soundbites are almost as good as the ones from Carol Bartz's interview last week. Zoom
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I'm a Neanderthal sitting in the audience at the Wall Street Journal D Conference.
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All Things D's D8 conference kicks off June 1 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
Yesterday Apple’s CEO talked about Apple and the iPad at the Annual D Conference , which was hosted by the Wall Street Journals Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, and one of the things he mentioned is that Apple had the idea for the iPad before the iPhone.
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…and I mean that. Watching Jobs work his way through nearly 90 minutes of interview and audience questions , I really felt, for the first time, a sense of how strongly the guy feels for his work and his products. Then again, I found myself angry, several times.
The Wall Street Journal’s annual “All Things D” conference kicked off tonight, and it started off with a presence that’s all too familiar in the technology industry. A presence that actually hasn’t made an appearance in a few years.
At the Conference on Tuesday, Steve Jobs was asked the now all-too-familar question: “Will the iPad save journalism.”