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Thursday, March 09, 2017

Steve Jobs-style

teve Jobs would have turned 61 Wednesday had he been able to defeat the cancer that first laid claim to his pancreas and later his life.
As recounted in his sister Mona Simpson’s eulogy, even while the legendary Apple co-founder was intubated and unable to speak, he sketched iPad-friendly hospital bed designs and redrew the “not-quite-special-enough” cancer unit where he was being treated.
Simpson wanted us to know that cancer did not rob her brother of his incessant thirst for innovation. Even while ailing in the best of health care institutions, Jobs was reimaging ways to revamp their predictably unfriendly designs./.../

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