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Tenured Radical - The Chronicle of Higher Education
My affection for the shiny objects Apple sells does, however, bring me to the part about Steve Jobs where we might want to interrupt the celebration of his life once again.  Probably more than any other innovator, Jobs has made it possible to confuse one’s life with one’s lifestyle
JobsSteve  apple  economics  computers 
october 2011 by tsuomela
The death of Steve Jobs: Steve Jobs and America's decline | The Economist
"As bad as their politics has got, Americans could always comfort themselves with the knowledge that their business leaders, entrepreneurs and workers were the most dynamic and innovative in the world. But they may look back on 2011 and see three events that undermine that story: the downgrade of America’s credit rating
JobsSteve  death  business  american  decline  politics  entrepreneurship 
october 2011 by tsuomela
Steve Jobs didn’t | asymco
" Steve Jobs was not charismatic. He spoke from the heart compelling others to follow him.
Steve Jobs was not a gifted orator. He spoke plainly.
Steve Jobs was not a magician. He practiced, a lot.

He had taste.
He was curious.
He was patient.
He was foolish.
He was hungry.

These things many others can do. Maybe you can."
JobsSteve  death  macintosh  apple 
october 2011 by tsuomela
Omniorthogonal: The Great Man Theory
Second: boy, do Americans love them some CEO, especially an arrogant one. For a bunch of freedom-loving rebels there is certainly a strong streak of servility in the national character.
JobsSteve  death  macintosh  apple  ceo  power 
october 2011 by tsuomela
Are Visionaries Born or Created? - James Fallows - Business - The Atlantic
"And the origins of passion, I've concluded, are directly linked to this idea of "vision." For passion to take hold, we first have to have a vision of an alternate future that ignites a fire within us: a vision of a wrong righted, a community developed, a great new product made and sold, a goal achieved, or just a new relationship full of happiness and bliss. Not every vision leads to a passionate pursuit of it, of course. But in all cases where people do pursue something with passion, it's because there was a vision, first, that sparked an unquenchable flame and desire to make that vision real. " Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2011/01/are-visionaries-born-or-created/70042
vision  passion  work  purpose  business  JobsSteve 
march 2011 by tsuomela

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