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Was Steve Jobs the greatest inventor of the last 50 years? Or merely a genius? Was he an artist? Or merely a very, very good salesman?
Naturally, Jobs' biographer, Walter Isaacson, has some thoughts on the subject, which he expresses today in the New York Times.
He describes how one evening at a Jobs family dinner, someone threw out a classic brain teaser, something about a monkey having to carry bananas across a desert. Jobs offered a few imaginative guesses but didn't seem terribly interested in whether he solved the problem.
Isaacson believes … Read more