Steve Jobs, part 1

Steve Jobs was already gravely ill with cancer when he asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography. Jobs told Isaacson to write a honest book – about his failings and his strengths. Steve Kroft reports.

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18 Responses to Steve Jobs, part 1

  1. degoban says:

    Have fun in hell asshole

  2. robina hussain says:

    He was so innovative, especially in creating the iphone. Thank you for the documentary.

  3. NoiradPat says:

    How is that even the slightest bit relevant? Go someplace else with your hate.

  4. RGluke2 says:

    yeah, sucking iHaters invented everything ugly to insult Apple.

  5. nateofmelb says:

    You blow, Jobs. You arrogant prick. With your second-hand jeans and your turtle neck.

  6. ohmygoshiloveapples says:

    No exceptional revolutions? Were you watching the part where they said that Apple was nearly bankrupt and is now the richest company in the world?! 7 markets – retail stores, personal computing, music, telephony, mobile computing (tablets) etc. No revolutions to electronics? Yeah. Anyway, let’s just say that he was bright – a savvy businessman and an innovator.

  7. NoiradPat says:

    If anything, he was a salesman. He didn’t invent anything or make anything that was an exceptional revolution to the world of electronics – he pitched average items as high-end, top notch, hot shit and sold it like hot cakes. A genious? I highly doubt it. In my mind, he possessed a basic understanding og how markets are made.

  8. ohmygoshiloveapples says:

    Lol, no. A 200 Deviation IQ is practically impossible. Realistic high IQs fall between the range of 130-160. Anything more is pushing it. Steve Jobs probably falls somewhere in that range. You can’t dismiss that he was highly intelligent.

  9. eminator1234 says:

    I thank you *it’s not one word*

  10. panduranga rao says:

    Steve jobs is a media hype. Real Genius will be people like Nicholas Tesla. Tesla IQ is around 200. The problem with High IQ people is they don’t have Social Skills.

  11. twisterwiper says:

    Jobs may not have been a compasionate and likable leader, but that was not his goal in life either. He was uncompromising and demanding and that’s how you get shit done. Pick any dictator, pharoh or emporer and see what they built and created.

  12. The Super Psycho Killer says:

    I don’t know but Steve Jobs had that asshole feel. He seems like a man who would yell and belittle people lesser than him.

  13. Daniel Clarke says:

    Isn’t it an exciting time we’re all living in? This generation is like none other that has ever been before, or probably will ever be again! We have the tools at our fingertips to instantly share such inspirational material like this to feed our souls, encourage our hearts, and leave us with a feeling of “Yes, It CAN be done!” I gain a lot of my inspiration and writing enthusiasm speaking with and listening to Godly souls like Steve. Find out more at my site “Celebrities Speak From Beyond”

  14. LeninsBoyToy44 says:

    man he is such a douche

  15. LeninsBoyToy44 says:

    that’s sooo true….shit human being, but great innovator

  16. antsman88 says:

    If he’s so smart, how come he’s dead?

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