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Think of it as a Maserati for your mind. It’s been said personal computers are at the same stage of development as the automobile in 1921. They’ll get you there.
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Want to know the origin of the Steve Jobs reality distortion field? Mr. Macintosh, Apple's version of Clippy? And the Steve Jobs Roll Your Own Calculator Construction Set? Then read on.
Apple Co-Founder and Chairman Steve Jobs was one of the world's most innovative technology leaders. Over the course of Jobs’s tenure as CEO, Apple rose from the brink of its demise to become, by some measurements, the most valuable company in the world. We take a look back at the accomplishments of one of tech's most visionary voices.
The Computer History Museum launched an online exhibit about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on Monday. The exhibit, titled " Steve Jobs: From Garage to World's Most Valuable Company ," features photos and descriptions of objects from the museum's permanent collection, as well as vintage Steve Jobs video footage. Particularly interesting is a 22-minute 1980 video of Jobs talking about the early days of Apple.
Monday, October 24, 2011 3:58 pm, Posted by rudra 0 | Technology CBS news magazine has posted a video which shows 60 minutes interview with Walter Isaacson. This video promotes Steve Jobs biography which is written by Walter Isaacson.
California Gov. Jerry Brown officially declared Sunday (10/16/2011) Steve Jobs Day in California, and Apple is holding an invitation-only memorial event for Steve Jobs at Stanford University. To commemorate Steve Jobs Day , I found a video I think he would have liked. Of the dozens of memorial videos that honor Jobs, I thought this one was the most appropriate for the occasion, created by a musician who calls himself AzR. Here's how he describes the production of this profoundly moving work of art:
Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the company will honor the memory Steve Jobs with an employee event on Wednesday, Oct. 19. The event, open only to Apple employees, will take place at the company's outdoor amphitheater at its headquarters in Cupertino, California. "I have experienced the saddest days of my lifetime and shed many tears during the past week," Cook said in an internal email to employees. "But I’ve found some comfort in the extraordinary number of tributes and condolences from people all over the world who were touched by Steve and his genius."
Takeaway: Hear Steve Jobs narrate “Here’s to the Crazy Ones” commercial from Apple’s Think Different campaign. It’s fitting since Steve was part of the club. One of the many ways Steve Jobs impacted modern business was in marketing and advertising — first with Apple’s 1984 Super Bowl commercial that teased the launch of the Macintosh computer and then with the “Think Different” ad campaign in the late 1990s that rebranded Apple as a company that made products for innovators and visionaries. Of course, nearly everyone wants to think of themselves as innovators and visionaries, so the Think Different ad campaign was a huge success, helped launch Apple into one of the greatest rebounds in business history, and is viewed as one of the most effective ad campaigns of all time.
Steve Jobs leans against his wife, Laurene Powell Jobs (Lea Suzuki/San Francisco Chronicle/Corbis) For all of his years in the spotlight at the helm of Apple , Steve Jobs in many ways remains an inscrutable figure — even in his death. Fiercely private, Jobs concealed most specifics about his personal life, from his curious family life to the details of his battle with pancreatic cancer — a disease that ultimately claimed him on Wednesday , at the age of 56. While the CEO and co-founder of Apple steered most interviews away from the public fascination with his private life, there's plenty we know about Jobs the person, beyond the Mac and the iPhone. If anything, the obscure details of his interior life paint a subtler, more nuanced portrait of how one of the finest technology minds of our time grew into the dynamo that we remember him as today . 1. Early life and childhood Jobs was born in San Francisco on February 24, 1955.
Apple has written the entire essay of Steve Jobs ‘ favorite “Here’s to the crazy ones” ad campaign in the All My Files icon in the company’s latest Mac OS X Lion. Ever wondered what were those small writings that are engraved on the small icons in Mac OS X? They are all nothing but Apple ‘s famous ad campaigns and inspirational quotes by the Steve Jobs . The Textedit’s icon has go the entire “Think Different” essay written on its icon.
Video of the Commencement address. I am honored to be with you today at your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. I never graduated from college. Truth be told, this is the closest I've ever gotten to a college graduation. Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That's it.