The Mother of All Steve Jobs Posts

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Apple Patents Show Steve Jobs’s Attention to Design – When people in the technology industry speak of Steven P. Jobs’s knack for design, they often have Apple’s iconic products in mind: the early all-in-one Macintosh computers, the first iMacs with their brightly colored and translucent cases, and more recently, the various iPods, iPhones and iPads.

The Steve Jobs I Knew – Walt Mossberg – Mossblog – AllThingsD: That Steve Jobs was a genius, a giant influence on multiple industries and billions of lives, has been written many times since he retired as Apple’s CEO in August. He was a historical figure on the scale of a Thomas Edison or a Henry Ford, and set the mold for many other corporate leaders in many other industries.

The Top Ten Lessons Steve Jobs Taught Us – Forbes: Three weeks ago, I wrote a post about the top ten lessons Steve Jobs could teach us.

The Man Who Inspired Jobs – IN the memorials to Steven P. Jobs this week, Apple’s co-founder was compared with the world’s great inventor-entrepreneurs: Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Alexander Graham Bell. Yet virtually none of the obituaries mentioned the man Jobs himself considered his hero, the person on whose career he explicitly modeled his own: Edwin H. Land, the genius domus of Polaroid Corporation and inventor of instant photography.

Steve Jobs, 1955 – 2011 – Epicenter – That changed when Steve Jobs saw what a high-school friend, Steve Wozniak, was doing. Wozniak was a member of the Homebrew Computer Club, a collection of Valley engineers and hangers-on who were thrilled at the prospect of personal computers, which had just become possible with the advent of low-cost chips and electronics. “Woz” was among several of the group who designing their own, but he had no desire to commercialize his project, even though it was groundbreaking in simplicity and also was one of the first to include color graphics.

Additional links:
The Lost 1984 Video: young Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh – YouTube
Steve Jobs ‘Think Different’ Tribute – Stay hungry. Stay foolish.
Steve Jobs’s Legacy – The Browser
Visual Loop – iSad
Top 5: Classic Apple TV commercials
Steve Jobs dead: Apple boss left plans for 4 years of new products
The 12 Most Inspirational Quotes From Steve Jobs
John Sculley On Steve Jobs, The Full Interview Transcript

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