Steve Jobs Photostream
Steve Jobs Photos Photos - Apple COO Tim Cook speaks during an Apple special event at the company's headquarters on October 20, 2010 in Cupertino, California. Apple announced a new version of it's iLife suite and is expected to announce a new operating system for its Mac computers. Europe FILER Bucket - News
Newsweek: The Founding Fathers of Silicon Valley
Newsweek's The Founders of Silicon Valley takes you from the dawn of the computer age to the cutting edge of Web 2.0 technology to examine how tech titans such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and more got their start. This 100-page, special issue chronicles how a group of disrupters created and then improved on technology that both opened up and flattened the world, changing the way we communicate, socialize, date, eat and shop in ways that continue to evolve.
CEO and chairman of Apple, Steve Jobs at his Palo Alto home for Time...
CEO and chairman of Apple, Steve Jobs at his Palo Alto home for Time Magazine December 7, 2004. Photographed after his first operation for cancer.
Steve Jobs You Are Not
Full disclosure, I worked at Apple for four years. (Just up to the original iPhone being released). I now run my own UI/UX design firm and a design blog. Since leaving Apple, I’ve worked with many…
Jonathan Ive on Apple new products to be made from the most advanced materials
Apple’s chief designer Jonathan Ive gave a lengthy interview with The New York Times, in which he talked about their approaches to the creation of new products and materials used in the production. According Quince, the new “Apple” device can be made from materials which have not previously been used before. “The last 15 or […]
This blog is a curation of the more rare Steve Jobs photos and some of my personal favorites. None of these photos are mine unless otherwise stated. All photos are copyright of their rightful...
13 Vintage Apple Ads That Helped Shape Who We Are Today
I remember back in August when Forbes magazine published an article called Apple Now Most Valuable Company in History. It caused quite a stir online, and people quickly rephrased that a little and started calling Apple the most successful company in history. It doesn't really matter whether you love or hate Apple because if you look at this from strictly a business perspective, you can't argue that the people at Apple haven't done things right for many, many years to get where they are…