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Steve Jobs: 11 Acts Of Vision

For Steve Jobs, the term 'visionary' doesn't go far enough. Consider these acts of vision--and the will that it took to make them real.
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The Apple II changed everything. It was the personal computer that mattered. Yes, it came after the Altair 8800, but as Jobs later said of the iPhone, the goal is not to be first but best.

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10/7/2011 | 10:23:56 PM
re: Steve Jobs: 11 Acts Of Vision
Here's another: this Apple commercial from 1983 shows a dog (pit bull, no less) going to work with his owner. Businesses didn't start becoming dog friendly until years later. http://www.ilovedogs.com/2011/...
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