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Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011)

by Bill Taylor | 10:31 AM August 30, 2011 Editor’s note: This post was written after Steve Jobs’ resignation in August; upon the news of his death, we think it’s worth another read. All sorts of commentators, on this site and elsewhere, are asking all sorts of questions about the resignation of Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple, Inc. What does it mean for the company’s future? What does it means for the stock price? What does it mean for the computer industry, the music industry, and the media industry? Why Steve Jobs Matters to You - Bill Taylor Why Steve Jobs Matters to You - Bill Taylor
Where Is Dropbox's Power? - Joshua Gans Where Is Dropbox's Power? - Joshua Gans by Joshua Gans | 11:37 AM November 2, 2011 Dropbox is the simple file syncing service that has grown, in just a few years, to 50 million active users. 96% of those users do not give a cent to Dropbox. The remaining 4% pay for more storage and purportedly make it profitable; this percentage is growing every day. I use Dropbox because of its simplicity, but for my main backups I use SugarSync, which follows the same “freemium” strategy as Dropbox.
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