A Pixar employee tweeted the photo above showing the entrance to the main building on Pixar’s campus newly named in memory of Steve Jobs. Jobs has been the CEO of pixar back in 1986 when he invested $10 million to purchase Pixar from Lucasfilm and sold it 20 years later to Disney for $7.4 billion. » Pixar Names Its Main Studio Building In Honor Of Steve Jobs
Since 2009, french designer Philippe Starck was working with Dutch shipbuilder Feadship on a new yacht for the family of Steve Jobs. Unfortunately the ship was not completed before his death last year. The yacht “Venus”, has now been officially launched, with Jobs’ widow Laurene Powell Jobs and their three children participating in the event. » Steve Jobs Yacht “Venus” Launched In The Netherlands
One year ago Steve Jobs passed away, now on the one-year anniversary of Steve’s death Apple pple has posted a new remembrance on its website. When you go to Apple.com a nearly two-minute inspiring photo slideshow about Steve Jobs will launch which includes some of his famous audio clips. The video is followed by a letter of remembrance from Apple CEO Tim Cook. » Remembering Steve: One-Year Anniversary of Steve Jobs’ Death
Going against his claim that a 7-inch tablet wouldn’t work out and that Apple wouldn’t go into the 7-inch market, Steve Jobs seemed receptive to the thought of a 7-inch iPad according to an email with Eddy Cue. The Verge reports: “Wow. Forstall is shown a 2011 email from Eddy Cue, in which Cue forwarded an article that a journalist wrote about dumping the iPad after using a Galaxy Tab. Cue writes “Having used a Samsung Galaxy [Tab], i tend to agree with many of the comments below… I believe there will be a 7-inch market and we should do one. I expressed this to Steve several times since Thanksgiving and he seemed very receptive the last time.”. » Email From Eddy Cue Notes Steve Jobs Interest In 7-inch iPad
AllThingsD has posted highlights from Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher’s interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook from yesterday. In the 17-minute video you can see Cook’s thoughts on a number of topics, including the impact of the iPad, Steve Jobs’ passing, patent litigation, and more.
As we reported before, Ashton Kutcher “from Two and a Half Men” is set to play Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in a new biopic. Now TMZ posted some photos of Ashton Kutcher in full Steve Jobs attire. Personally I think it looks pretty close to the real “younger” Steve Jobs. Check out more photos after the break.
For the real Apple and Steve fans, a rare video can be seen above of Steve Jobs giving a Presentation in ca. 1980 on what Apple is all about. Enjoy. » Vintage Steve Jobs Presentation on What Apple Is All About