"OH WOW. OH WOW. OH WOW."
Puns and produce get us verklempt.
"It's called an iPod." "An i-what?" "iPod." "Pod?" "Pod. iPod." "An iPod." "Yes."
Mayer was "blowing it big-time," Jobs (randomly) thought.
Ran a restaurant at the time.
A few things to expect from Walter Isaacson's forthcoming biography of the Apple founder.
Also, Anja Rubik is the new face of Trussardi's fragrance.
Apparently Issey Miyake did.
In last night's premiere of 'The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs', the monologuist talked about Apple's dark side.
"I don't think I can make inanimate objects talk."
See the flowers, notes, and, yes, apples commemorating the inspiring inventor.
Publication has been moved up almost a month to October 24.
The misunderstanding that unites free market puritans on the left and the right.
Jobs’s legacy was built on imagination and invention. Death offers neither. But we still have his artifacts.
Tim Cook's debut is an anticlimactic one.