On the 24th of February 1955, a boy was born to a single mother in San Francisco, California, United States. The young mother decided to put him for adoption. At the time of adoption, the mother of the child made the adopting parents commit that her little baby boy must be given a good education. The adopting parents never compromised that commitment despite the expensive education system of the USA. they named the boy Steven Paul Jobs who became famous as Steve Jobs.
Steve Jobs went to Reed College in 1972. But the traditional educations did not attract his intelligence and he was not able to find out his path towards the future. So, he quit. He did spend two years in college and learned calligraphy. Though it was not his subject, he found it incredibly interesting and innovative.
Jobs co-founded Apple in 1976 with Wozniak. In 1984, they developed the first computer with a Graphical User Interface. In the next year, they brought a revolution in the publishing industry using desktop publishing. Unfortunately, he was out of apple later.
After few years, Jobs started his new company was Pixar, and produced the first 3D computer-animated feature film named Toy Story in 1995. Meanwhile, Apple started to lose its good times and Jobs was brought into Apple, his own company, as CEO. Apple then produced several outstanding products like iMac, iTunes, iTunes Store, Apple Store, iPod, iPhone, App Store, and the iPad. He led the Apple till his last day on the earth on October 5, 2011, at age of 56 years.
Some resources worth sharing:
Speech of Steve Jobs at the Stanford University.
” Steve Jobs” – the official autobiography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson.
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