End of an Era: Steve Jobs
sc at sahores-conseil.com
Sat Aug 27 06:37:13 EDT 2011
"Chacun de nous est un essai de la nature dont le but est l'homme." - Hermann Hesse -
If ideal solutions were within our reach, we would't give us all the evil that we give us to try to do the best we can, as far as we can, wherever we can and within what we can. What people show us about their successes and failures is one of the most precious commodity of learning about what we can as well as what we can't.
If I knew him personally, I would have to thank Steve Jobs as one of those who gave me what I could learn and get from him.
Le 27 août 2011 à 10:59, Richmond a écrit :
> On 08/26/2011 07:44 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> Nicely done! I forwarded it to all the geeks here. Some are getting the message, especially when in a short period of time I got a very needed app here half done in a few weeks of working on it in my spare time.
> So, next time we get cheesed-off by an apparently random or capricious act on the half of Kevin Miller
> we can sublimate our frustration by softly repeating to ourselves "he's just emulating Steve jobs' way
> of doing things" . . . :)
> Mind you; far better that than the Gates way, or, increasingly so, the Shuttleworth way!
> I hope that RunRev can go from strength to strength, but without alienating quite as many as
> Steve Jobs seems to have done in his "climb to glory"; the 'love him or hate him' polarisation seems
> unfortunate, and ultimately slightly counter-productive.
>> On Aug 26, 2011, at 2:29 AM, Kevin Miller wrote:
>>> My take on this subject:
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