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3/10/2006
01:19 PM
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
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You Can't Be Steve Jobs, But This Is Close

You want to be Steve Jobs. You can admit it. Everybody does. You want to wear the jeans, the black mock-turtleneck sweater, and the frameless eyeglasses. You want people to say your products are insanely great. You want to have a cult following. Well, you can't be Steve, but you can create your own Steve Jobs presentation using the Steve Jobs Soundboard, mixing and matching Steve-isms like "We're super-excited about it" and "But there is one more

You want to be Steve Jobs. You can admit it. Everybody does. You want to wear the jeans, the black mock-turtleneck sweater, and the frameless eyeglasses. You want people to say your products are insanely great. You want to have a cult following.

Well, you can't be Steve, but you can create your own Steve Jobs presentation using the Steve Jobs Soundboard, mixing and matching Steve-isms like "We're super-excited about it" and "But there is one more thing."

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