If you’re a Steve Jobs fan here is a fantastic collection of video clips of him talking about innovation and leadership, curated on Chill.com, a video-site that is a Pinterest clone. It’s also a good way to see the value of well-done video curation, and how Chill.com can be used in interesting ways.
Malcolm Gladwell says that Steve Jobs’ true brilliance was in how he applied an editor’s eye to consumer technology. “Jobs’s sensibility was editorial, not inventive,” he says in an article in The New Yorker about the new Jobs’ biography by Walter Isaacson, “Steve Jobs“. “His gift lay in taking what was in front of him—the tablet [...]
Wired and Fortune moved quickly to publish Steve Jobs’ ebooks following his death. What’s surprising is more publishing companies did not do so. Every magazine and newspaper company these days should be thinking like this.
Back in 2006, Steve Jobs predicted that in five years there would be no more printed newspapers, according to former WSJ publisher Gordon Crovitz. “His deadline has passed,” Crovitz says. “But his intent was to be provocative. He wanted to challenge older media to adapt to how he thought people would consume their product.”
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who passed away tonight, once described death as “the single best invention of life.” Why? He said that’s because death “is life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new.” Amazing words from one of the greatest change agents of our time. He shared those words [...]
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who announced today he is stepping down as CEO, will go down as one of the most innovative CEOs in history. Here are some quotes from him over the years about innovation, design and technology.