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22:58 // 5 months ago
August 16, 2013

In honor of the new Steve Jobs movie, here’s a spot-on Microsoft parody, called “Gates.”

17:33 // 11 months ago
August 13, 2013
We’d always go for walks. And the walks just kept getting shorter. Until near the end we’d … kind of walk around the block or maybe—maybe four blocks, something like that. And you just watched him getting weaker. And this is the strongest guy I knew. This was absolutely the strongest, most willful person I have ever met.
Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison • Discussing the last days of his close friend Steve Jobs, who he once lived nextdoor to. Ellison said Jobs made the decision to cut off his medication. ”He was just tired of fighting, tired of the pain,” he explained. “And he decided, shocked Lorraine, shocked everybody that the medication was gonna stop. He just pulled off the meds, I think on a Saturday or a Sunday. And by the following Wednesday, he was gone.”
11:37 // 11 months ago
June 21, 2013

popculturebrain:

Trailer: ‘Jobs’ - Aug 16

Directed by Joshua Michael Stern, written by Matthew Whitely, starring Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, J.K. Simmons and Matthew Modine.

(via Film Thrasher)

The life of Steve Jobs, as soundtracked by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Your take, folks?

(via laughterkey)

13:10 // 1 year ago
May 25, 2013
breakingnews:

1976 Apple computer sells for $668,000
AP: A German auction house said Saturday that a 1976 Apple 1 computer sold for a record $668,000.
The functional model, purchased by an anonymous buyer, was built by Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in a family garage. It is one of only six functioning models left in the world, the auction house claims.
Photo: Courtesy Computer History Museum

Obviously Apple was fibbing a bit when they released the Macintosh Classic. This here is the true classic, right down to Steve Wozniak’s inimitable signature. Though that’s a pretty steep price tag for a machine that can’t even play Angry Birds.

breakingnews:

1976 Apple computer sells for $668,000

APA German auction house said Saturday that a 1976 Apple 1 computer sold for a record $668,000.

The functional model, purchased by an anonymous buyer, was built by Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in a family garage. It is one of only six functioning models left in the world, the auction house claims.

Photo: Courtesy Computer History Museum

Obviously Apple was fibbing a bit when they released the Macintosh Classic. This here is the true classic, right down to Steve Wozniak’s inimitable signature. Though that’s a pretty steep price tag for a machine that can’t even play Angry Birds.

15:36 // 1 year ago
December 3, 2012
bestrooftalkever:

hahaha it looks so stupid in EVERY FONT

I don’t like to think of this movie as jOBS, Nick. I like to think of it as “Kutcher in the Rye.”

bestrooftalkever:

hahaha it looks so stupid in EVERY FONT

I don’t like to think of this movie as jOBS, Nick. I like to think of it as “Kutcher in the Rye.”

22:32 // 1 year ago
18:28 // 1 year ago
November 15, 2012
19:06 // 1 year ago
jaymug:

in the early days of Apple Inc, Steve Jobs would occasionally sign computer chips, attach them to Apple stationery and send them out randomly to Apple fans

I’m sure that letter would probably sell for a lot of money on eBay. Really cool.

jaymug:

in the early days of Apple Inc, Steve Jobs would occasionally sign computer chips, attach them to Apple stationery and send them out randomly to Apple fans

I’m sure that letter would probably sell for a lot of money on eBay. Really cool.

(via laughterkey)

9:00 // 1 year ago
October 4, 2012
nevver:

The future isn’t what it used to be

In which Steve Jobs predicts the future using a cassette tape. He actually nailed a ton of stuff early.

nevver:

The future isn’t what it used to be

In which Steve Jobs predicts the future using a cassette tape. He actually nailed a ton of stuff early.

(via laughterkey)

10:11 // 1 year ago