Oct 21

Apple CEO Steve Jobs refused to allow surgeons to perform what could have been life-saving surgery on his pancreatic cancer, says his biographer Walter Isaacson. “While Mr. Jobs was trying all sorts of alternative [medicine] his tumor grew, and grew, and grew.” Read more about Steve Jobs cancer treatment after the break. » 60 Minutes Preview With Walter Isaacson Touches On Cancer Treatment

Oct 19

60 Minutes Sunday Steve Jobs Walter Isaacson
Walter Isaacson will drop in on 60 Minutes Sunday likely with some interesting tidbits from his book. The book Steve Jobs goes on sale next week. via Fortune. Woz “Steve Wozniak” posted an update to his Facebook page stating that he was interviewed for the Book. » Steve Jobs Biographer To Be On 60 Minutes Sunday

Oct 12

Steve Jobs Turtleneck uniform
Everybody knows Jobs famous uniform style, black turtlenecks with jeans. But how did Steve came up with the idea of wearing these kind of cloths all the time? In Walter Isaacsons upcoming biography of Jobs, Steve is revealing the history behind the wardrobe choice. “On a trip to Japan in the early 1980s, Jobs asked Sonys chairman Akio Morita why everyone in the companys factories wore uniforms. He told Jobs that after the war, no one had any clothes, and companies like Sony had to give their workers something to wear each day. Over the years, the uniforms developed their own signatures styles, especially at companies such as Sony, and it became a way of bonding workers to the company. “I decided that I wanted that type of bonding for Apple,” Jobs recalled.” Read the rest of Jobs explanation of his uniform after the break. » Why Steve Jobs Wore The Black Mock Turtleneck Uniform

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