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Rob Beschizza at 5:48 am Thu, Oct 13, 2011
And here from the headline I thought this was going to be another “Steve Jobs, BABYsitter” story. Darn! Drat!
Very interesting piece. In that last shot he’s right, you can see the intensity of Jobs thinking of his next project.
“And deep under the giant torus of the the new complex, in a vast vault at the center of the secret labyrinth, Alcor technicians shall move through swirls of nitrogen fog to monitor the vastly redundant infrastructure that cools the titanium cylinder in which I sleep away the centuries until my return.”
Is it just me, or does anyone else given his passing on the anecdotes about his rage mixed with control issues make you wonder how he was in bed? If this is in poor taste, tough, I’d still really like to know. Or should I wait until his photo is off the apple start pg before I ask?
Pretty sure it’s just you.
Why does ever single anecdote of Jobs read straight from a narcissistic personality disorder diagnostic:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001930/
For a slightly different take on the subject, check this one out:
In fact the web link you provide appears to have cribbed the material from this one.