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Full name: Steven Paul Jobs
Birthdate: 24 February 1955
Birth location: San Francisco, California
Social background: lower middle-class. Father was fixing cars for a living.
Education: high-school certificate. Dropped out of Reed College after one semester.
kisah dia jadi student, belajar calligraphy
Occupations: chairman & CEO at Apple Inc. + Director at The Walt Disney Company
macamana NeXT dgn Pixar wujud
Net worth: $5.5 billion according to Forbes' 2010 ranking — 136th richest man on Earth
Annual salary: $1
Steve Job, pengasas Apple merupakan bilionaire. tapi kalau kita tengok gambar dibawah, jutawan di malaysia pun segan....
masa mula merekacipta produk pada tahun 1974
Anyway, this is here, in this suburban garage, that Steve Jobs and Woz put together the boards of their first computer, the Apple I, starting in 1976. They hired neighborhood kids for help (including Steve’s sister Patti). It was only a couple of years later that they moved to Cupertino, not far from the company’s current campus
jual komputer kat computer fair....
sekarang pada tahun 2004...
You would imagine Steve Jobs’ home office to resemble Mission Control, with multiple monitors and a big, fancy desk.
But instead it’s surprisingly modest and simple, as revealed in these 2004 photos by famed photographer Diana Walker.
Walker was the White House photographer for Time magazine for two decades. She has photographed many famous subjects, including a series of portraits of Jobs over a 15-year period. She took the famous picture of Jobs’ sitting in an empty mansion with a Tiffany lamp and cup of tea.
Jobs’ home office at his Palo Alto home has a brick floor and whitewashed brick walls.
He’s working on a Mac Pro (it’s on the floor, below the table) with a 30-inch Cinema Display. The display sits on a rustic wooden table, which is a bit of a mess with a stack of papers to the right (it’s said that creative thinkers often have messy desks).
Jobs appears to be showing off pictures of his wife and son on the Mac’s screen.
Jobs’ setup is far less elaborate than theses users with crazy workstations. The most complicated thing on his desk is the phone with a ton of preset numbers. I’ll bet there’s 100 of them, and they’re for all the designers and engineers in his creative inner circle.
Jobs also shops at Amazon. Note the open delivery box below.