After the death of Steve Jobs, his official biography sold like hotcakes, and people are drawn to his life and the story of his success. But a sexy manga version? Of course. Because Japan turns everything into manga.
A little a year after his death, the yacht “Venus”, designed by Steve Jobs himself has finally been completed. It does look very Apple-like, all shiny aluminum and minimal and square, with an interior very reminiscent of an Apple store.
Last week’s Steve Jobs’ family home was burgled while it was being renovated, and the thief, Kariem McFarlin, made off with iPads, iPhones, Macs, jewelry, Cristal champagne, Steve Jobs’ wallet and some cash. McFarlin was quickly tracked down through the electronics, but one of the iPads ended up in the hands of a clown named Kenny.
Everyone is familiar with Apple’s famous “1984” ad, but you’ve probably never seen this video, filmed in 1984, that stars Steve Jobs as FDR in an Apple World War II epic. The film was made just for internal use, for an employee event in Hawaii.
In the first of two upcoming Steve Jobs biopics, Ashton Kuchner has already been cast as Jobs himself, and now here’s your Woz: Josh Gad, from the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon.
Now that Steve Jobs is gone from this mortal coil and headed towards sainthood, it was only a matter of time before the Steve Jobs biopics started up. And the first of these is an independent film about the life of the Apple co-founder starring Ashton Kutcher. Kutcher? Bring back Noah Wylie dammit.
You’ve got a Mac Pro, a Mac Book Pro, an iPod, iPad, iPhone and the Steve Jobs biography. Why not add the final touch to your iCollection with this realistic Steve Jobs action figure from in Icons. The doll has a black turtleneck, New Balance shoes, jeans and a mini iPhone.