Friday, October 7, 2011
The Atlantic reminds us that Steve Jobs' last public appearance came in front of the Cupertino City Council as an advocate for his company's new headquarters:
I'm suspending judgment on the building for now, to focus on style and Jobs' relentless pursuit of dreams. Last June 7, the way he presented and argued, with retiring charm, lit up the room.
Three years of law school does not teach that kind of persuasion. Such artful persistence was Jobs' magical power, a quality which we should always remember.