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A photographer uses his iPhone to take a picture of a tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in front of an Apple store in London.
Like most of us, Steve Jobs personality had many sides. He could be aloof, super-intense, gross, passionate, creative, driven, unfair, conciliatory and deeply introspective. He lived a rich and unique life.
Even as a feminist, my whole life I’d been waiting for a man to love, who could love me. For decades, I’d thought that man would be my father.
The 60 Minutes interview with Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson is up on the web, but one of the most interesting parts is an outtake that didn’t make it into the televised segment. In it, we hear Steve Jobs talking about his rivals directly from some of Isaacson’s taped interviews. While Jobs was withering in his assessment of Google and Microsoft, he expressed respect for Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg.
<img src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2011/10/mg_5282-copy_2011_ipad2.jpeg" alt="" title="mg_5282-copy_2011_ipad2" width="660" height="438" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-79869" />
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-101641" title="steve-jobs-itv-apple-tv" src="http://9to5mac.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/steve-jobs-itv-apple-tv.jpeg?w=704" alt="" /> The Washington Post details an interesting revelation from Steve Jobs to biographer Walter Isaacson prior to his death earlier this month.
The Apple founder's biographer, Walter Isaacson, said that when he visited Mr Jobs a few weeks ago, he found him curled up in pain in a downstairs bedroom because he had become too weak to climb stairs. He was nonetheless surprisingly cheerful.
By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 18:51 GMT, 21 February 2011
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Apple co-founder survived by two sisters, wife and their three children But he also had love child Lisa Brennan-Jobs with Chrisann Brennan His Syrian biological father never had conversation with Jobs as an adult By Mark Duell UPDATED: 13:23 GMT, 7 October 2011 Steve Jobs's tangled family of a forgotten father, long-lost sister and love child means lawyers may face a delicate task breaking up his $8.3billion fortune.
Shrines pop up around the world - from outside his California mansion to Tokyo, Japan President Obama lead tributes which flooded the web within minutes of his death being confirmed Visionary genius battled pancreatic cancer for eight years Death came six weeks after he stepped down as Apple CEO and just one day after the launch of the new generation iPhone Pre-orders for authorised biography soar to No. 1 on iTunes and Amazon 'We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today,' Apple's board of directors said in statement By Paul Bentley , Laurie Whitwell , John Stevens and Rose Parker UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 7 October 2011
Like many, I learned of Steve Jobs’ passing last night on an Apple device . While absentmindedly looking through my Twitter feed on my iPhone, I saw that every single tweet mourned the loss of one of the world’s great visionaries. And while Jobs changed the way we look at technology , his life’s journey has also inspired us to strive for greatness, to be happy and more than anything to really just be true to ourselves.
Steve Jobs passed away at the age of 56 today, and the report came in at 4:35 pm PDT. All over the world very iconic people are paying their respects, and we have gathered a few.
Yes, after the new MacBook Pros , new MacBook Airs , and new MacBooks were announced at the Apple Event in Cupertino yesterday , who else, but none other than Laurene Powell Jobs, decided to sit down on a bench right next to me. As she chatted away on her sleek white iPhone, I instantly knew it was her — especially after our "Geek Love: Tech Giants and Their Ladies" story which featured her and her hubby looking oh-so-adorable .