New book alert: Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli is...
The Homebrew Computer Club first convened on Mar. 5, 1975
There's no shortage of interviews with Steve Jobs discussing Apple, or Jeff Bezos talking about Amazon, or Mark Zuckerberg talking about Facebook. These guys are incredibly successful, so they're clearly great sources for advice on leadership, innovation, and hard work. But they're also incredibly successful. Show More Summary
What do Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Ursula Burns, Tony Adams and Andrea Jung have in common? All are successful CEOs. All are heads of profitable, respected companies. And believe it or not, they all got their start as interns. If a business...Show More Summary
Why do we get separate Steve Jobs biopics, but no movies about any of these women?
To that end, please, don't compare him to a Tim Cook. He's a Steve Jobs.
Google DeepMind's breakthrough hints at the possibilities of multipurpose artificial intelligence. Back in 1975, two young computer hackers named Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak helped create a game called Breakout. Inspired by the popular...Show More Summary
“Are you smart? Are you going to waste my time?”
Manuel Pellegrini and Brendan Rodgers' job security takes centre stage as Premier League has a bevy of midweek matches. Tuesday's undercard takes some of the headlines, with Gus Poyet and Steve Bruce having an altercation during Sunderland's and Hull City's draw. Show More Summary
Walter Isaacson’s 2011 Steve Jobs biography left much to be desired. For a person as mercurial, intelligent, inspirational, and influential as Jobs was, many anticipated that the biography would provide a never before seen glimpse into the man responsible for some of the greatest technological innovations of our time. Show More Summary
If you ask a friend about what you should do with your life, the phrase "follow your passion" will probably come up at some point. It's the internet's favorite piece of career advice, as evidenced by the 1,300 business books about "passion" on Amazon. Show More Summary
A new biography of Steve Jobs is coming out in March, written by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli, a pair of technology journalists who have covered Jobs and the personal computer revolution for decades. John Gruber has read it and calls it "remarkable". It is, in short, the book about Steve Jobs that the world deserves. Show More Summary
Best... Bracket Challenge... Ever! The battle lines of geek supremacy have long been drawn: Apple and Steve Jobs versus Microsoft and Bill Gates; Star Wars versus Star Trek; Marvel Comics and Spider-Man versus DC Comics and Superman; Betamax versus VHS; Twitter versus Facebook. Read Full Story
With Kanye West’s astute analysis of Apple’s business, his close friendship with Steve Wozniak, and his unabashed love for “Jony Ives” (sic), Tim Cook must count his lucky stars every day that he managed to scoop the roll of Apple CEO out … Read more ›
Bill Gates may never have creatively made the same impact on computing that Steve Jobs did, but we doubt he’s too upset about it, since according to Forbes‘ newly-published annual ranking of global billionaires, the former Microsoft mastermind-turned-philanthropist is once … Read more ›
On his blog, Steve Boese recently shared a chart showing the actual number of job openings in the U.S. As much as we talk about the recruiting market becoming a challenge, we can see the stats to back it up. Which raises the question,...Show More Summary
The last time the Nasdaq crossed 5,000, tech titans like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Larry Ellison were outsized and often outspoken. Today’s tech leaders play it closer to the vest. That’s a shame. Reporting by Laura Mandaro. ...
Thought Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs was the definitive tell-all about Apple's former CEO? Well, think different. Due out March 24, Becoming Steve Jobs promises an unprecedented look at Jobs, drawn from interviews with former colleagues,...Show More Summary
An upcoming biography of Steve Jobs promises an intimate portrait of the late tech guru told through extensive interviews with Jobs' inner circle, including current Apple CEO Tim Cook, SVP of Design Jony Ive and Jobs' widow Laurene Powell Jobs, among others.