During the week my daily routine with the children goes something like this. Get woken up by Isaac […]
Steve Jobs died last night at the age of 56, after a seven-year battle against ill health which included pancreatic cancer and a liver transplant. The co-founder, chairman and former CEO of Apple and former CEO of Pixar was arguably the single most influential technologist of the last century.
Jobs was many things. A college drop-out. A control freak. A benevolent dictator. He was also one of the most intuitive marketers and designers the industrial world has ever known – a man who could shape the form and function of his products and use them to create new consumer markets. A true visionary.
Thanks to an incident involving a flooded ditch in which I came off rather the worse (for which […]
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At around 6pm UK time yesterday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the tech world’s least-secret secret in his […]