The iPast is iPrologue

I recently started reading Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. So far, I’m not finding it to be profound, but it is full of interesting stories and quite a bit of insight into why Jobs became the man he was when he died. I was particularly struck by this anecdote, from the early 1980s as Jobs struggled to define the Macintosh’s distinct visual style:
Isaacson on Jobs

This was all the more remarkable to me because I’m reading the bio on my iPad, which is of course a rectangle with rounded corners.

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