Tuesday, August 7, 2018


A previously unpublished interview (until a couple of weeks ago) with Steve Jobs from exactly 10 years ago today (audio and transcript) ($) (LINK)
MR. JOBS: How serious will mobile be relative to desktop is your question.... I think there are a lot of people, and I’m one of them, who believe that mobile’s going to get quite serious because there are things you can do...Obviously, mobile’s with you all the time, but there’s services you can provide with mobile that obviously are not relevant on a desktop, such as location-based services integrated into your application. 
They can be mighty useful and we’re just at the tip of that. That’s going to be huge, I think.
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