We need more Steve Jobs in the world

Katie Hinderer | 09 October 2011
The world needs more people like Steve Jobs. We need people who have vision and foresight; who have determination and the will to pursue a dream.

When an Apple gets dropped in a bar

Katie Hinderer | 20 April 2010
Speculation has been circling for months about what the newest generation will have on it. What will make it different from the previous iPhones.
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