Steve Jobs’ Vision of the World

The world as Steve Jobs saw it: When you grow up you tend to get told the world is the way it is and you’re life is just to live your life inside the world. Try not to bash into the walls too much. Try to have a nice family, have fun, save a little money. That’s a very limited life. Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact: Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. Once you learn that, you’ll never be the same again.

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15 Responses to Steve Jobs’ Vision of the World

  1. yuyuyusarsasswiiiiaa says:

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  2. musomannz says:

    Amazing man. Amazing words of wisdom. Inspiring video.

  3. Dale Herring says:

    Define ‘the best’… Sure, their are plenty of phones that have double the processor of the iPhone or double the RAM, and iPhone still runs better. Those phones NEED that kind of spec to run smoothly. The iPhone can do the same amount of work with half the specs because Apple builds the software and the hardware.

  4. sourapplemeatpie says:

    Also, PC Tablets came out in 2001 or 2002 from MS, not Apple, But Steve Jobs is a marketing genius, no doubt about that, He has led the media to believe the iphone is the best phone, ipads were his invention and he ipods are the only mp3 worth buying, which, I gotta say, I do love my ipod, as opposed to my brothers Zune or whatever the hell he has. Apple has people buying it’s products, not because they’re the best, or the first, but because of the way theyre marketed,

  5. sourapplemeatpie says:

    Info wrong, Samsung is the one suing apple for a billion dollars, not the other way around. Samsung is also is the first one to use pinch zoom, by the way, Which many credit to Apple. And half of iphones parts come from Samsung as well, Look it up.

  6. achilllllles says:

    People thumb down for a variety of purpose, like they may hate Apple in general for making expensive products they can’t afford, or they can hate this video because it has been dramaticized with all the background music and all, or they could simply just be unhappy people like you said.

  7. Blackatz21 says:

    May i say thank you cannabis? and thank the analogy of Psychedelics?

  8. w00xer says:

    I wonder how unhappy with their life people must have been to thumb down this video

  9. phob1a1 says:

    Because drawing conclusions from a single case is silly to say the least. And I did respond on the tablets. They’re large smartphones withouth keys and — in most cases — GSM modules. Basically, no room for design in either.

  10. Dale Herring says:

    Funny how you didn’t even respond to the tablets or the BILLION dollars Apple was just awarded.

  11. phob1a1 says:

    How do you imagine a phone with a touchscreen and no keys? Or a tablet? Of course they all look alike. And Apple’s products weren’t the first ones in their categories to look that way. Dude, Jobs wasn’t a designer, a programmer or a technician. He was a brilliant sales manager. Period.

  12. Dale Herring says:

    He redefined it all. Look at EVERY phone after his.Look at ALL the tablets after his. Look at ALL the ultra-portables (non-netbooks) after his. bit. ly/PhRDaz bit. ly/TjjedC I don’t think Samsung just lost the patent battle and has to pay Apple over a BILLION dollars for no reason.

  13. phob1a1 says:

    No, he didn’t. Personal computers came before Mac, tablets came before ipad, smarthpones came before iphone, and mp3-players came before ipod. He didn’t change anything, he merely added.

  14. Dale Herring says:

    This man was nothing less than brilliant. You changed the world, buddy.

  15. musomannz says:

    Great clip and inspiring words of wisdom from the great Steve Jobs. He totally lived his passion and walked his talk. One of things that was great about him was that being a Buddhist, he brought a real sense of spirit to Apple’s products that doesn’t feel the same with other tech products. The fact that he had a hippy background and did LSD and other drugs in his youth made him a cooler tech master because he was more about spiritually enriching people’s lives with Apple products than money.

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