With this intelectual and visonary legacy Steve's has giving. I realized the importance of working with intelligence than work brutaly.
By the way, nice article. And interesting different points of view about Steve Job projects.
Job's managerial style was so unique that Apple has hired a Harvard Professor to figure it out and create classes to teach how to this the same way. (Although they promote "Think Different")
Can creativity and foresight be taught? They think so. I look forward to seeing how that plays out.
It does not matter if you liked Steve or hated him, you have to acknowledge that the world is a better place due to his drive, persistance and vision. It was from his beginning that most of us have at least one computer in our house and now most have one with us everywhere we go. Part of his vision was to change the way the world used technology and in that respect, he did more than just about anyone else through his innovation in products.
RIP Steve, you earned it.
Nice post, Cabe. Enjoyed the historical perspective of Job's career. And I didn't know the tidbit about NeXT and Doom - very interesting.