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Graham Cooper

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Posted: Apr 23, 2013 9:27 PM
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On Apr 23, 5:55 pm, "Tom Potter" <tdp1...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Compare Einstein's most important invention
> which is described at the URL below. to the:
> Apple - Jump started personal computing.

They bought off the shelf components and assembled
them and got the disk drives working... ?

> Lisa -    Jump started object oriented languages, mouse, etc..
> Next - Platform for world's first web browser and
> the software basis for today's Macintosh and Iphone systems.
> Ipod - Set the standard for digital music players.
> Itune store - Set the standard for online software stores.
> Iphone - Set the standard for modern phones.
> IPod - Set the standard for the tablet computers.
> Pixar - Set the standard for computerized movie making.
> Compare Steve Jobs work with Einstein's patent which is described at the URL
> below.
> http://www.google.com/patents?id=zRpsAAAAEBAJ&printsec=abstract&zoom=...
> http://allaboutstevejobs.com/movies/miscmovies.php
> http://allaboutstevejobs.com/movies/steveisms.php
> Also observe that Einstein created a model that
> generate more heat than light and
> wastes time, money. and minds,
> whereas Jobs created models
> that set the standards in computing, music,
> communications, marketing and movie making.

These guys are salesmen, you put them on a scientists list!


Apple stole the WINDOWS GUI off XEROX

May as well add Calvin Klein to the list..


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