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Defending the greatest CEO in history

October 31, 2011

Mike Elgan (Cult of Mac*) addresses four legendary, but false, history of Steve Jobs. The article is a must read not just because it’s an eye-widening, but also because the opening paragraph is simply just awesome:

He was the greatest CEO in history, a prescient visionary, prolific inventor, influential designer, brilliant artist. He could walk across San Francisco Bay without getting his New Balance 991 sneakers wet, bend light with his will and turn dog shit into gold.

The history has been written, and the man has became a legend.

* Note: The photo of the young Steve from the article is a rare one, I just had to re-post it here.

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