AngryJobs
In the week that Alex Gibney’s ‘Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine’ hits cinemas and Apple is about to have one of the huge events that Steve Jobs turned into a modern media phenomenon, it’s hard not to think about tech’s greatest ever pitch man. I never got to meet Steve Jobs. The closest I got was seeing him in an Apple Store, from a distance, a thin exclamation mark of a man in black, surrounded by a phalanx of security and Apple PR. But, if you care about technology and what Jobs himself called the “intersection of technology and the liberal…

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