Steve Jobs Named One of The 20 Most Influential People In American History

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Steve Jobs has been honored in Time’s 20 most influential people in American History. He joins the likes of the well known Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Luther King jr, and more.

The late Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs sadly lost his battle against cancer on October, 5th 2011. However his legacy lives on through your ears, in your hands, and on the web.

Steve Jobs Time Bio:

There was always something of the monkish seeker about Steve Jobs, from his days as a part-time student at Reed College in Oregon, through his Wanderjahr in Asia to his pursuit of perfection in the dazzling products he and his colleagues created.
Jobs was a visionary whose great genius was for design: he pushed and pushed to make the interface between computers and people elegant, simple and delightful. He always claimed his goal was to create products that were “insanely great.” Mission accomplished.

Take a look at the list of Time’s most influential people of all time:

  • Influential Americans
  • George Washington
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Sacagawea, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Sitting Bull
  • Alexander G. Bell
  • Thomas Edison
  • Henry Ford
  • Wright Brothers
  • Margaret Sanger
  • Albert Einstein
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Louis Armstrong
  • James Watson
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Muhammad Ali
  • Steve Jobs
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