Steve Jobs: Life's lessons

2005 speech at Stanford University


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Inspiration to many generations

by Monda on

have heard and forwarded this speach here, several times...

Steve Jobs made us know what we were missing, on many levels. Great man!


The 4th Apple!

by anglophile on

There is a 4th Apple that not only changed (better to say devastated) Iran but also did change the world:


The Apple Tree at:  




Soosan Khanoom

WOW .. hirre

by Soosan Khanoom on

That is so true ...

I have just bought  the latest IPhone .. that is why I had to stay awake till now  ..



3 apples

by hirre on


3 apples changed the world. The one that Eve ate, the one that dropped on Newtons head and the one that Steve built.


Mohammad Ala


by Mohammad Ala on

For all the i's he or his company came up with: ipod, ipad, iPhone....

I would like to say....  isad.


Just another smart muslam boy,

by Sialashgar on

His biological father, Abdulfattah John Jandali, was a Syrian Muslim who left the country at age 18.

hah Hossein

Iqbal Latif

Two speeches that should become part of school juniors syllabus

by Iqbal Latif on

Two speeches that should become part of school juniors syllabus universally. One by Jobs delivered now known as the the legendary Stanford University commencement address in 2005 and other by Randy Pausch (1960-10-23 – 2008-07-25) a Professor of Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction, and Design at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States and a bestselling author, who achieved worldwide fame for his speech 'The Last Lecture' at Carnegie Mellon University, after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and having only a few months to live. The Carnegie Mellon professor's book and talk were meant as life lessons for his children.




a jobs well done

by MM on




by ramintork on

He was a true inspiration to many.

Esfand Aashena

Steve Jobs had also said 'I've done things I'm not proud of'.

by Esfand Aashena on

I wish him and his family peace and solace.  He will be missed by all. 

The spiritual side of Steve Jobs.

Everything is sacred

Darius Kadivar

FYI/ Steve Jobs, Son of a Syrian, Is Embraced in the Arab World

by Darius Kadivar on

Steve Jobs, Son of a Syrian, Is Embraced in the Arab World

Mr. Jobs’s biological father, Abdulfattah Jandali, was a graduate student from Homs when he met Mr. Jobs’s biological mother, Joanne Carole Schieble, while studying in Wisconsin in the 1950s, according to a translation of an interview with Mr. Jandali in the pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat.

The couple surrendered Mr. Jobs for adoption after he was born in San Francisco in 1955, as my colleague John Markoff reports.


In his interview with Al-Hayat, published earlier this year, Mr. Jandali said he had given Mr. Jobs up for adoption because Ms. Schieble’s father “was extremely conservative and wouldn’t let her marry me, and she decided to give him up for adoption.”



by Bavafa on


'Hambastegi' is the main key to victory 


Soosan Khanoom

His Speech at Stanford is priceless

by Soosan Khanoom on

Something that must be heard by every single generation over and over ...

A night before he died I was watching Apple's Latest Version Of IPhone
 and I was telling to myself that this guy is a genus ..... 

This is his latest achievement,  

" Who are you ? "

" I am your humble personal assistant "


PS... those of you who watched the marketing video on this Iphone know where I got the above quotes from  ..

 Anyway ... it is too bad that people like him who can make such huge differences in our lives have to leave us too early ....

May he rest in Peace ...




Thanks Jobs, for Apple

by عموجان on

Wouldn't use computer if it wasn't for Mac. I hate Windows , why settle for copy when you could have original.