We have lost our Gutenberg, Edison, Picasso, Carnegie....
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- I can appreciate that perspective,. Respectfully, I would disagree. Multiple people have expressed the sentiment that he altered the way that we communicate... or even experience... the world today. It's been said already that he both made the world bigger and smaller. I would say that's a fairly accurate statement for him... and the others that has identified. He's just a modern example of it. Thank you, sir, for providing your perspective. Again: I appreciate it.Oct 5, 2011
- Think you could have held your snarks to youself for, oh, an hour people? Do you heckle at funerals? Jeesh. Have a moment's respect.Oct 5, 2011
- Ed Gray+2Steve Jobs had tremendous vision, charisma, tenacity and ability to inspire and lead groups of very talented and skilled people while he himself may not have necessarily possessed the innate technical skills or artistry like Gutenberg, Edison, Picasso, or DaVinci did. He had the ability to recognize it in others and helped to refine it and successfully bring it to the market for the massess.Oct 5, 2011
- Agreed. Excellent way to distill this discussion.Oct 5, 2011
- Agreed,. Well articulated, .Oct 5, 2011
- Absolutely is there anyone who had more individual influence on the tech landscape today?Oct 5, 2011
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