“The myth is that charisma is not innate. What scientists have actually discovered—like many other myths they busted this one—is it’s actually a social skill, which like many others is learned. But this happens so early in life that by the time these charismatics get to adulthood, it all seems to be natural. And yet if, for example, you analyze the progression of Steve Jobs from 1984 to 2011 you’ll see he painstakingly learned it step by step.”
“Men are more like Microsoft: They’ll just make a fake version of what that chick made, then try to intimidate everybody into using their product.”
Ever since Steve Jobs died October 5, we’ve seen countless homages—some classier than others—but Genis Carreras’s blows them all away: It’s a portrait of Jobs built from the parts of a disassembled Apple laptop.
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Apple has confirmed that Steve Jobs died today. His death came exactly six weeks after he resigned as CEO of Apple. Jobs was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004. He took a medical leave beginning in 2007. In August, he announced he was stepping down altogether. Jobs was 56.
Designer Charis Tsevis builds a portrait of Steve Jobs using Apple technology. (via Co. Design)