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Steve Jobs, The Human Being

Thanks to a similar posting @ An Undomesticated Blogspot, I have been alerted to 60 Minutes interview with Walter Issacson, the biographer for Steve Jobs. In the interview, we get to know a lot more about Steve. Yes, as a visionary and strategist, he is unparalleled ... as a human being, he is, well ... very human. He has his many flaws, some which are not entirely forgiveable. It is important to be brutally honest with oneself. Some people will try to whitewash everything, I like it that Steve has chosen to be brutally frank for his biographer. 



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