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Computer History Museum | Steve Jobs: From Garage to World's Most Valuable Company

Jobs with the original iMac, 1998 ©Apple Inc. / Moshe Brakha i have never seen a computer this big im 10

17.4/17.「孫正義」スティーブ・ジョブズ、

"My favorite things in life don't cost any money. It's really clear that the most preciouse resource we all have is time" via the tao of steve + apple ~ Cityhaüs Design

Masimo's iPhone oximeter puts vital health information at the tip of your finger (hands-on)

Masimo's iPhone oximeter puts vital health information at the tip of your finger (hands-on)

Masimo's iPhone oximeter puts vital health information at the tip of your finger (hands-on) Turn your iPhone into a heart rate monitor

Portrait of Apple Co Founder Steve Jobs Posing with Apple Ii Computer

Portrait of Apple Co Founder Steve Jobs Posing with Apple Ii Computer

Portrait of Apple Co Founder Steve Jobs Posing with Apple Ii Computer by Ted Thai

Pop Culture : les couvertures de magazines les plus iconiques                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Pop Culture : les couvertures de magazines les plus iconiques

Vintage IBM 5110 ad in Time Magazine, circa 1978:

Retro Scan of the Week: “Introducing the IBM 5110 Computing System”

Future husband and probably the most innovative, demanding, and brilliant man of our times.

Apple's Jony Ive: Inform, Illuminate, Inspire

User interface Chief Greg Christie, member of generation iPhone group, working for Apple since finally quit Apple after his relationships with senior vice president of designs Sir Jonathan Ive.

Steve Jobs, 1984. Photograph by by Norman Seeff.

Heretofore Unseen Photos Of Steve Jobs Photographer Norman Seeff sent Retronaut out-takes from his shoot that produced the famous shot of Jobs in the lotus position with a Mac on his

Steve Jobs, late CEO of Apple, inventor of the 21st century

Steve Jobs 2005 Stanford University Commencement Speech - hidden in every Mac computer (Command + Shift + G, then /Applications/Pages.

personalized apple computer-1976

This is the kind of computer I remember working on in grammar school!

Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene. Steve died from carcinoid cancer.  He went to Basel in Switzerland and had the PRRT but still died. Poor Steve. So so sad

Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene. Steve died from carcinoid cancer. He went to Basel in Switzerland and had the PRRT but still died. So so sad

Incredible video interview with 25 year old Steve Jobs circa 1980. Has this even been seen online before? (just released by the Computer History Museum)

Incredible video interview with 25 year old Steve Jobs circa Has this even been seen online before? (just released by the Computer History Museum) # awesome!

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