6 October 2011

Steve Jobs dies at age 56

The illustration shows Jobs at home in 1982. The empty room of Apple’s then already wealthy master productizer might tell us something about his way. The former white house photographer Diana Walker attributes the following quote by Jobs to the picture in her book The Bigger Picture:

“This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.”

The question now is whether Apple will run out of Apple within a couple of years and become some kind of Sony.

[via:Mika Isomaa]

29 September 2010

Free Your Mac’s Media Keys from iTunes, The One-Click Method

It’s the need for nonsense like this that degrades Apple’s laptop’s from “fucking stellar” to just “among the least insufferable on the market” or “a random Unix system I can do actual work with.”

[via:Leo Loikkanen]

18 April 2010

A collection of concise e-mails sent by Steve Jobs

[via:John Gruber/RT]

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