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October 11, 2011

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peter

tomi, any post about nokia Q3 results and any Elop's new crime ?

Kareem A.

Sorry for my english as it is not my Mother Tounge (i am being of Mediterranean Descent), but I think we should give credit where the credit is due, is that so. Steve Jobs is a bigger genius than William Gates is tough both are spectacular Beings! Well, yes, Steve Jobs' companies brought the world the nowadays computer as we see it today, display, mouse, software - Well he is sort of inventor of modern personal computer device! Nothing short of that! A GENIUS, TRUELY!

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@Kareem

Steve jobs were NOT inventor.
He steal the GUI from Xerox.

as for the mouse, he never really invented it, as he were not a geek.
It just he saying to his worker "I want to do this apple computer like this", and the worker make the mouse.

In fact, the ease of use of iphone and mac is because Steve jobs were not geek. He just saying "I want this simple, like this, anyone here can do it?". And it's not because he has a vision, but it just because he don't like trouble (hard to use).

So,
I don't think I would say that Steve Jobs is genius. He just lucky that Steve Wozniak were able to decipher what he want at the first place.


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Steve jobs were NOT inventor.
He steal the GUI from Xerox.

as for the mouse, he never really invented it, as he were not a geek.
It just he saying to his worker "I want to do this apple computer like this", and the worker make the mouse.

In fact, the ease of use of iphone and mac is because Steve jobs were not geek. He just saying "I want this simple, like this, anyone here can do it?". And it's not because he has a vision, but it just because he don't like trouble (hard to use).

So,
I don't think I would say that Steve Jobs is genius. He just lucky that Steve Wozniak were able to decipher what he want at the first place.


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