Steve Jobs’ reign as CEO of Apple brought us some of the most delightful Apple ads that the world has ever seen. Besides being a visionary and a leader, lets not forget that Jobs was also a marketing genius.
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Steve Jobs was well known for his willingness to take the time to respond to emails from Apple customers, and now it appears that CEO Tim Cook is following that trend, making customer interaction a priority.
Jogger and Apple enthusiast Joseph Tame combined two of his pastimes and created a unique tribute for recently retired Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Tame took to the streets of Tokyo and equipped with Run Keeper he ran a 21km half marathon in the shape of an Apple logo.
Following Tim Cook’s appointment as the new CEO of Apple, Apple’s board awarded Cook with 1,000,000 shares of Apple stock, which he will receive after remaining the CEO of Apple for at least 10 years.
Check out Steve Jobs’ calendar now that he is retired from day to day activities at Apple. He is still pretty active but I’m not sure Tim Cook appreciates all the check ins.
Steve Jobs is a legend, we’ll all miss his incredible keynotes, but let’s celebrate them by listening to a bunch of them auto-tuned!
Salesforce.com Founder and CEO Marc Benioff revealed to Bloomberg that Steve Jobs had been a particularly helpful mentor to Benioff and his organization, and repaid the favor by giving Steve Jobs the App Store domain name and trademark.
In a somewhat strange political stunt, Former premier Yu Shyi-Kun donned an iconic black turtleneck and rimless glasses, making himself look like Steve Jobs to gain votes – the very day after Jobs stepped down as CEO!
In what very well may one of the very last iTuned Steve Jobs productions ever, the creative folks of iTunedSteveJobs have “autotuned” a new music video of Steve Jobs singing the resignation song, which is based around his 2005 commencement address at Stanford.
With all of the interesting Steve Jobs articles and tributes circulating between yesterday and today, this has got to be by far one of the most amazing that I have seen. The folks at Column Five have put together an infographic visually depicting Steve Jobs’ impressive legacy.
Normally I’d pass something like this off as not being worth mentioning, but this is particularly amusing given the fact that Steve Jobs considered a slight icon defect enough of an emergency to call Google’s Vic Gundotra on a weekend.
In light of all of the memories that many Apple fans have of Steve Jobs’ triumphant reign as supreme leader of Apple, I thought it would be appropriate to share a list of some of my favorite Steve Jobs quotes.
As the world continues to process the news of Steve Jobs’ resignation as CEO of Apple, it seems appropriate to recall some of Steve’s most notable moments. Watch below to re-live Steve Jobs’ deliverance of the Stanford commencement speech in 2005.
While we ponder Steve Jobs’ resignation as Apple’s CEO and think about the many ways in which Steve Job changed the world, it’s only fitting to step back in time and ponder one of Steve Jobs’ all-time greatest moments – the unveiling of the very first iPhone at MacWorld 2007!
With the fact that Steve Jobs had been on medical leave for 7 months prior, many have speculated that his resignation may mean his health has significantly declined. Fortunately, that appears not to be the case, as Steve Jobs worked a full productive day prior to the announcement.
As and reflect on the long legacy of Steve Jobs’ role as CEO and co-founder of Apple, it seems appropriate to look forward to the publication of Steve Jobs’ authorized biography, which will be available on November 21st.