Forum Post: What Steve Jobs Taught Me and Us
Posted 11 years ago on Oct. 25, 2011, 7:21 p.m. EST by halsey
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In 1998 I was asked to speak at Mac World. It marked the first time Steve Jobs had returned to his company and would speak at the famous Mac World event.
What I didn't know when invited was that I was scheduled to speak immediately after Mr. Jobs. I, like everyone else in the audience, sat mesmerized as he stepped comfortably back into his old shoes and articulated a simple plan for reforming Apple Computer.
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Steve Jobs wanted to bust teacher unions and his factories in China make 14-year-old girls work 34-hour shifts.
He's a horrible example of a hero.
Do we have to idolize Jobs in order to be part of this? I'm sick of hearing about this guy.