Take a look into the 2013 movie release "Jobs," based on the Apple founder's life. The movie, and his life provide multiple lessons on leadership and personal development. The post 13 Inspiring Life Lessons from Steve Jobs appeared first on Lifehack.
A 1978 legal agreement between Steve Jobs and future mining tycoon billionaire Robert Friedland has fetched $40,000 at auction. The eight-page legal document set up an investment business, and carries the signatures of both men. “In 30 years of business … Read more ›
On October 15, 2013, the City Council of Cupertino, California, debated for 6 hours before finally approving Apple’s plans for a new $5 billion USD office headquarters to be built in their city. Apple’s then-CEO Steve Jobs approved architect Norman Foster’s design (shown above) just weeks before his death in 2011. Show More Summary
In today's Tweet Beat, many actors sucked up congratulated each other on their Golden Globe nominations, Steve Howey has thoughts about poverty and the industry Ashley Benson takes a stand against her younger, overly-airbrushed self. Read more...
The black-and-white photo from 1976 shows Jobs (right) with co-founder Steve Wozniak. In the foreground Steve Jobs gives a talk in January 2010. (Credit: James Martin/CNET) It's not everyday that someone throws down more than $40,000 for a short document, but that is exactly what Tristar Productions CEO Jeff Rosenberg did on Thursday. Show More Summary
Part of Steve Jobs’ genius was his ability to find just the right words to explain why whatever Apple product he was unveiling was so “insanely great” you had to rush out and buy it at that very moment. Outgoing … Read more ›
",,, after it emerged that the doctor who performed the surgery spent two years in the Memphis, Tenn., house Jobs bought for his recovery."Shortly after it emerged that Jobs had the surgery in 2009, [Dr. James] Eason issued a statement...Show More Summary
As per Steve Jobs’ much referenced “reality distortion field”, Apple seemingly isn’t subject to many of the rules which govern other companies. As a tablet-fueled holiday price war is breaking out among laptops, Deutsche Bank has noted that Apple is … Read more ›
(YouTube link) Steve Irwin talks about how wonderful his job is and how passionate he is about wildlife. He always did, but this time it's set to music! Melodysheep, who gave us the Symphony of Science videos, gives Irwin the AutoTune treatment in this tribute video. We miss you, Steve. -via Laughing Squid
Phyllis Schlafly’s niece, Suzanne Venker, who suggested to Fox News’s Anna Kooiman that she should quit her job and get married, agreed with conservative radio host Steve Malzberg that “Everybody Loves Raymond” is a tool of feminists. “If you’re running off the deep end and forgetting to get married and have kids, that’s not really […]
"It was a gargantuan, Herculean task that ["Psych" creator Steve Franks] took on, so in some ways, when you think about it, Dule and I had the easy job of just bringing it to life."
While Steve Jobs declared the dawn of the post-PC era in 2007 he may have been a bit ahead of his time. After all, PCs to this day still have the largest install base of any computing device in the world. However, a new chart postedShow More Summary
The Memphis Commercial Appeal has some very good reporting on the questions surrounding the late Steve Jobs's liver transplant in Memphis in 2009. Jobs bought a house there in a fire sale from the state of Tennessee, and then sold it to his transplant surgeon two years later for what he'd paid for it. The Commercial Appeal reports that the...
When Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone in 2007 he spent some time talking about its sensors - the capacitive multitouch sensors in the screen that let you use your bioelectric finger as the best pointing device ever, the accelerometer...Show More Summary
With Showtime canceling Californication, wherever will we find a show about sex and California now?; Tim Meadows is not happy with Saturday Night Live, but not for the reason you think; Video Game of Thrones is here; and Steve Jobs can help you turn your book into a movie. Read more...
Marc Perrusquia at the Memphis Commercial Appeal has a big story on the complicated business of getting a liver transplant. It's behind a paywall, but it's a really good story, and worth the $5 if you're even moderately interested in learning more about health care, and how people in the U.S. Show More Summary
By Nathan Brooks: Having a CEO who has started a rocket company, wants to colonize Mars, has been compared to both Steve Jobs and Iron Man, promises to literally electrify the car industry and has invented a new form of transport in the form of a Hyper loop, has always made it difficult to analyze Tesla Motors (TSLA). Show More Summary
When touring his biographer around his childhood home, Steve Jobs stood admiring a fence that his father had built half a century prior. “He loved doing things right,” Jobs noted. “He even cared about the look of the parts you couldn’t see.” There is a misconception of the social media manager. They do not haphazardly post articles without deliberation. read more
If you think back to the iPhone launch in 2007, one of the things Steve Jobs was most proud of was the fact that the phone didn’t feature any kind of fixed, built-in keyboard in the manner of the BlackBerry … Read more ›