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Do I need a Amazon account to download this ebook thanks
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OP - thanks for the post. Steve for me, Oprah for the wife.
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Should be titled "How to be a Soulless Narcissistic Megalomaniac like Steve Jobs".
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Follow the cancer treatment prescribed by the MD the first time.... just saying
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Don't really care for either one but got them anyways. Free is free. Thanks OP.
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Should be titled "How to be a Soulless Narcissistic Megalomaniac like Steve Jobs".
And still be successful
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Should be titled "How to be a Soulless Narcissistic Megalomaniac like Steve Jobs".
Undoubtedly a narcissist and he hurt people around him but he did help push the species forward.
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Incessantly park in the handicap spot to show everyone they're beneath you. Karma is a bitch well served.
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Say what you want about him, but he's a visionary businessman. Worth mentioning the iPhone never stayed the same from generation to generation. Laptops still had powerful quad cores while having the best connectivity and design and the best specs/SSD's. The soulless narcissism of apple really came after he died.
even if you criticize steve jobs........ at least he was far more innovative than the critics.
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one of the greatest humans in our century. The man changed the world in many ways, starting with apple 2s.
Jobs? Greatest humans? That's like saying Stalin was a great human.

I'm not sure that you understand Jobs or humans for that matter. He was a pathetic human being, and ruthlessly built his business by using and taking advantage of others, like Woz who was the technical brain behind apple. While apple did push some things in the industry, I couldn't care less about him or the company. If there was no iphone the world would be just fine.

One of my oldest friends who never says anything bad about people knew him. The best thing he could say about jobs was a half-hearted "meh" but he wouldn't say he liked the guy... The man, like Stalin, was simply not likable. Jobs, and people that worship him because he forced people to build iphones, are, keeping this polite, missing a soul, not the mention the bigger picture of life, which is and always has been about people, not things.
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The good die young that's why we still have Gates promoting GMOs
Then Jobs should have died at birth. There... We can throw that nonsense out....

And yes, GMOs are bad for people....
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