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Heh.

Well, of course:

“As [Jobs’] life wound down, and cancer claimed his body, his great passion was designing Apple’s new, three-million-square-foot headquarters, in Cupertino. Jobs threw himself into the details. ‘Over and over he would come up with new concepts, sometimes entirely new shapes, and make them restart and provide more alternatives,’ Isaacson writes. He was obsessed with glass, expanding on what he learned from the big panes in the Apple retail stores. ‘There would not be a straight piece of glass in the building,’ Isaacson writes. “All would be curved and seamlessly joined. . . . The planned center courtyard was eight hundred feet across (more than three typical city blocks, or almost the length of three football fields), and he showed it to me with overlays indicating how it could surround St. Peter’s Square in Rome.’”

Comments

  1. A sad story.

  2. “As Jobe’s life wound down, and the novel claimed his body, his great passion was designing Korrektiv’s new, three-million-square-foot book, in Snohomish. Jobe threw himself into the details. ‘Over and over he would come up with new concepts, sometimes entirely new shapes, and make them restart and provide more alternatives,’ Potter writes. He was obsessed with ass, expanding on what he learned from the big sales in the Victoria Secret retail stores. ‘There would not be a straight piece of ass in the building,’ Potter writes. “All would be curved and seamlessly joined. . . . The planned novel was eight hundred feet across (more than three typical city blocks, or almost the length of three football fields), and he showed it to me with overlays indicating how it could surround St. Peter’s Square in Rome.’

  3. Ha!

  4. notrelatedtoted says:

    Not really on topic, but I was chatting with someone after Mass a couple of weeks ago. He was explaining to me that investors are starting to worry about Apple’s enormous piles of cash – it suggests that they don’t know what to do with it, there are no revolutionary products on the horizon, their creativity has stalled. This would seem to confirm that suspicion.

  5. What about the I-Pants, or the I-Shoe Phone?

  6. What about something you can wipe your ass with?

    How about applications for I-Brain Implants?

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