I knew the day was coming, and I knew
it would come for him sooner than for most of us, it's still a shock to hear of
the death of Steve Jobs.
Apple was a love-it-or-hate-it company,
and within the technology world there are many who fall into the latter camp. Still,
even those most frustrated...
Larry Ribstein has a great short
post over at Truth on the Market reflecting on the future of law, titled Waiting for the Steve Jobs of Law .
He notes, "Law is waiting for its
Steve Jobs (or Bill Gates)."
Actually, the computer market needed
both Steve and Bill. They goaded each other...
I can't imagine any world leader
today who will have at his or her death more news coverage
or outpouring of grief by the masses in the world as Steve Jobs. The
ubiquitous, yet iconic nature of Apple products has infiltrated the world of
more men, women and children than anyone in my generation...
Jonah Lehrer writes in Wired and
The New Yorker about Steve Jobs using architecture to inculcate teamwork when he
took over Pixar.
He insisted that Pixar's headquarters
be designed so that disparate groups of employees were forced to come together for
certain functions. He insisted on a large...