A Young, Handsome Steve Jobs: Inspiring, Fun, Rare, Charming Video.

Via on Oct 23, 2013


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One Response to “A Young, Handsome Steve Jobs: Inspiring, Fun, Rare, Charming Video.”

  1. Bruce says:

    More Steve Jobs worship, this time from Elephant Journal (a site dedicated to the mindful life, or so they say).

    A young, handsome fellow indeed. Also an egomaniac and the very poster boy of the Dark Triad Club.

    I would like to forward this neat article to the adolescent and teen girls slaving away in Apple's Chinese factories, I'm sure they'd get a kick out of it.

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