Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson, Peter Hoddie, Tim Wasko
We miss Steve Jobs. We worked with him and learned a lot from him. We won't just miss seeing him on the world stage, we'll miss the human being who looked us in the eye and challenged us to do better. Working with Steve changed little since he returned to Apple in the late 1990s. You would sit at a table together and show your workand present options. And expect questions. In the early days, Steve couldn't use a Mac; he would reach for the mouse to do something and it wouldn't work. He was stuck in the world…
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