Apple Gazette is proud to present the collected wisdom of Steve Jobs. His thoughts on Apple, how he saw himself, and the lessons he learned in life — it’s all here, in the ultimate collection of Steve Jobs quotes. Almost 300 quotes in all!
From his birth in San Francisco to his burial in Alta Mesa, and all the stops in between, this clever infographic traces the life story of Steve Jobs — by location.
A serious Mac enthusiast (who apparently prefers to remain anonymous) has put up on YouTube the most exhaustive collection of Steve Jobs videos you’ll ever see. It’s quite the treasure trove, and includes some cool compilation videos as well.
I’ve made no secret of my disdain for the idea of Ashton Kutcher taking on the role of Steve Jobs in the upcoming movie jOBS (despite his uncanny resemblance to the late tech icon). Kutcher’s never struck me as a very good actor. Then I saw this first clip of Kutcher in action… and I’m […]
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed his approach to adapting Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography into a film script, and it’s a very unexpected idea.
Pixar employee Junn Lee tweeted a photo yesterday showing that Pixar has renamed its headquarters “The Steve Jobs Building.”
It’s hard to imagine employees at a creative, free-thinking tech company like Apple donning uniforms before heading into work. In an industry where many industry leaders take pride in shunning traditional corporate values – the company with the unofficial motto “think different” and the leader who has pointed to LSD drug use as a major […]
The world is a much less interesting place without Steve Jobs in it. On the anniversary of his passing, here’s how Apple fans, employees, and others all over the world are marking this historic day.
One thing everyone can agree on about Steve Jobs: he never failed to be interesting. From his “Reality Distortion Field” to his frequent temper tantrums, he was notorious for his outrageous behavior. Here are some of his most memorable moments of outrageousness.
Diehard Apple fans measure their geek cred by how much lore and minutia they know. Here’s a story from way back when that I hadn’t heard, about Steve Jobs’ idea for “a mysterious little man who lives inside each Macintosh.”