Steve Jobs Understood Something About Emotions That The Green Movement Too Often Ignores photo: Thierry Ehrmann / CC BY Going through all the Steve Jobs commentary this morning I came across actor-comedian-proud technophile Stephen Fry 's commentary on BBC News . Fry and Jobs have apparently been friends for a while and the whole thing is worth a listen. But there's one passage that really jumps out at me as being something the environmental community, particularly those involved in politics and those trying to motivate people to become more environmentally aware, should pay close attention to.Fry says, Steve Jobs has always understood that, as human beings, our first relationship with anything is an emotional one. ...
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