スティーブン ジョブス

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画像は「 Apple」より引用 今日10月5日は、今や世界一の巨大企業となったアップルの創業者スティーブ・ジョブズ氏が死去してから6年目の命日にあたる。 改めて指摘するまでもないが、彼は初期のホームコンピュータ「Apple I(アップル1)」や 元祖GUIパソコン「Macintosh(マッキントッシュ)」、革新的なスマートフォン「iPhone(アイフォーン)」など未来志向の製品を次々と世に送り出してきたIT界の巨人だ。 彼の天才的な発想と感性のもとに生み出された製品が、世界中の人々の生活を大きく変えたといっても過言ではない。 今回は、世界が偉大な頭脳を失うことになった背景について探ってみたい。 また、ジョブズ氏はインドの偉大なるヨガの伝道師パラマハンサ・ヨガナンダの『あるヨギの自叙伝』を座右の書とし、私物のiPadに入れた唯一の電子書籍だったという。 このようにカリフォルニアの独特なカウンターカルチャーの影響は、ジョブズ氏の食生活にも及んだ。 大学に入学する頃からベジタリアンになっていったのも必然の成り行きだったのかもしれない。 年代によって多少の変化はあるが、ヴィーガン(厳格な菜食主義者)、フルータリアン(果実食主義者)、マクロビオティックなどの要素を次々と食生活に取り入れた。 ちなみに、マクロビオティックとは日本人の桜沢如一氏が創設して世界中に広まった玄米菜食主義の食養思想だ。 また、本来ヴィーガンは動物性の食品をまったく摂らないはずだが、ジョブズ氏の場合は魚介類に限っては許容し、寿司を好んでいたという。

スティーブ・ジョブズ名言18選|ビジネスだけじゃなく人生を深く考える


Awards Signature Steven Paul Jobs February 24, 1955 — October 5, 2011 was an American Jobs was born in San Francisco to a In 1985, Jobs was forced out of Apple after a long power struggle with the company's board and its then-CEO, In 1997, Jobs returned to Apple as CEO after the company's acquisition of NeXT. He was largely responsible for reviving Apple, which was on the verge of bankruptcy. He worked closely with English designer Contents• スティーブン ジョブス Background• 1 Family• 2 Early life• 2 Childhood• 3 Homestead High• 4 Reed College• 5 1972—1985• 1 Pre-Apple• 2 Apple 1976—1985• 6 1985—1997• 1 NeXT computer• 2 Pixar and Disney• 7 1997—2011• 1 Return to Apple• 8 Health problems• 1 Resignation• 2 Death• 9 Innovations and designs• 1 Apple I• 2 Apple II• 3 Apple Lisa• 4 Macintosh• 5 NeXT Computer• 6 iMac• 7 iTunes• 8 iPod• 9 iPhone• 10 iPad• 10 Personal life• 1 Marriage• 2 Family• 3 Philanthropy• 11 Honors and awards• 12 In popular culture• 13 See also• 14 References• 1 Bibliography• Abdulfattah "John" Jandali was born and raised in an Paul Jobs was a Early life Of all the inventions of humans, the —Steve Jobs, 1995 Schieble became pregnant with Jobs in 1954, when she and Jandali spent the summer with his family in Homs. According to Jandali, Schieble deliberately did not involve him in the process: "Without telling me, Joanne upped and left to move to San Francisco to have the baby without anyone knowing, including me. " Schieble gave birth to Jobs in San Francisco on February 24, 1955, and chose an adoptive couple for him that was "Catholic, well-educated, and wealthy", In his youth, his parents took him to a Lutheran church. Jobs referred to his biological parents as "my sperm and egg bank. That's not harsh, it's just the way it was, a sperm bank thing, nothing more. " Childhood I always thought of myself as a humanities person as a kid, but I liked electronics… then I read something that one of my heroes, —Steve Jobs Paul Jobs worked in several jobs that included a try as a machinist, Paul and Clara adopted Jobs's sister Patricia in 1957 [ pageneeded] He had difficulty making friends with children his スティーブン ジョブス age, however, and was seen スティーブン ジョブス his classmates as a "loner". [ pageneeded] Jobs had difficulty functioning in a traditional classroom, tended to resist authority figures, frequently misbehaved, and was suspended a few times. Clara had taught him to read as a toddler, and Jobs stated that he was "pretty bored in school and [had] turned into a little terror. you should have seen us in the third grade, we basically destroyed the teacher. " [ pageneeded] He frequently played pranks on others at Monta Loma Elementary School in Mountain View. His father Paul who was abused as a child never reprimanded him, however, and instead blamed the school for not challenging his brilliant son. She bribed me into learning. She would say, 'I really want you to finish this workbook. I'll give you five bucks if スティーブン ジョブス finish it. ' That really kindled a passion in me for learning things! I learned more that year than I think I learned in any other year in school. They wanted me to skip the next two years in grade school and go straight to junior high to learn a foreign language, but my parents very wisely wouldn't let it happen. " Jobs skipped the 5th grade and transferred to the 6th grade at Crittenden Middle School in Mountain View [ pageneeded] where he became a "socially awkward loner". Though the Jobs family was not affluent and used all savings in 1967 to buy a new home, allowing Jobs to change schools. [ pageneeded] The new house a three-bedroom home on Crist Drive in [ pageneeded] The house was declared a historic site in 2013, as the first site of Apple Computer. When he was 13 in 1968, Jobs was given a summer job by [ pageneeded] Homestead High The location of the Los Altos home meant that Jobs would be able to attend nearby [ pageneeded] who introduced Jobs to Steve Wozniak, and would become Apple's first employee. Neither Jobs nor Fernandez whose father was a lawyer came from engineering households and thus decided to enroll in John McCollum's Electronics 1 class. [ pageneeded] Jobs had grown his hair long and become involved in the growing counterculture, and the rebellious youth eventually clashed with McCollum and lost interest in the class. [ pageneeded] He underwent a change during mid-1970: "I got stoned for the first time; I discovered Shakespeare, [ pageneeded] Jobs later noted to his official biographer that "I started to listen to music a whole lot, and I started to read more outside of just science and technology— In 1971, after Wozniak began attending Around that time, Wozniak designed a low-cost digital " By his senior year of high school, Jobs began using Reed College I was interested in —Steve Jobs [ pageneeded] In September 1972, Jobs enrolled at [ pageneeded] Brennan remained involved with Jobs while he was at Reed. He later asked her to come and live with him in a house he rented near the Reed campus, but she refused. [ citation needed] After just one semester, Jobs dropped out of Reed College without telling his parents. 1972—1985 I was lucky スティーブン ジョブス get into computers when it was a very young and idealistic industry. There weren't many degrees offered in computer science, so people in computers were brilliant people from mathematics, physics, music, zoology, whatever. They loved it, and no one was really in it for the money […] There are people around here who start companies just to make money, but the great companies, well, that's not what they're about. —Steve スティーブン ジョブス Pre-Apple In February 1974, Jobs returned to his parents' home in Los Altos and began looking for a job. During this period, Jobs and Brennan remained involved with each other while continuing to see other people. He had a circuit board with a chip on it, a DuMont TV set, a Panasonic cassette tape deck and a keyboard. He said, 'This is an Apple computer. ' I said, 'You've got to be joking. ' I dismissed the whole idea. They always believed that what they were doing was important and, most of all, fun. Working at Apple was never just a job; it was also a crusade, a mission, to bring better computer power to people. At its roots, that attitude came from Steve Jobs. It was " —Jeffrey S. Young, 1987 [ pageneeded] After Brennan returned from her own journey to India, she and Jobs fell in love again, as スティーブン ジョブス noted changes in him that she attributes to [ citation needed] In April 1977, Jobs and Wozniak introduced the As Jobs became more successful with his new company, his relationship with Brennan grew more complex. In 1977, the success of Apple was now a part of their relationship, and Brennan, [ citation needed] Brennan eventually took a position in the shipping department at Apple. [ citation needed] Both Holt and Jobs believed that it would be a good position for her, given her artistic abilities. Holt was particularly eager that she take the position, and puzzled by her ambivalence toward it. Brennan's decision, however, was overshadowed by the fact that she realized she was pregnant, and that Jobs was the father. At the same time, according to Brennan, at the beginning of her third trimester, Jobs said to her: "I never wanted to ask that you get an abortion. I just didn't want to do that. " [ citation needed] He also refused to discuss the pregnancy with her. [ citation needed] According to Brennan, Jobs "started to seed people with the notion that I slept around, and he was infertile, which meant that this could not be his child. スティーブン ジョブス A few weeks before she was due to give birth, Brennan was invited to deliver her baby at the All One Farm. She accepted the offer. Later, Brennan agreed to interview with Time also noted that "the baby girl and the machine on which Apple has スティーブン ジョブス so much hope for the future share the same name: Lisa". 15million in 2021. Forbes list of the nation's richest people—and one of only a handful to have done it themselves, without inherited wealth". [ pageneeded] In 1982, Jobs bought an apartment on the top two floors of スティーブン ジョブス citation needed] In 1983, Jobs lured In 1984, Jobs bought the By early 1985, the Macintosh's failure to defeat the IBM PC became clear, [ pageneeded] In response, Jobs then developed a plan to get rid of Sculley and take over Apple. However, Jobs was スティーブン ジョブス after the plan was leaked, and he said that he would leave Apple. The Board declined his resignation and asked him to reconsider. Sculley also told Jobs that he had all of the votes needed to go ahead with the reorganization. A few months later, on September 17, 1985, Jobs submitted a letter of resignation to the Apple Board. Five additional senior Apple employees also resigned and joined Jobs in his new venture, [ pageneeded] The Macintosh's struggle continued after Jobs left Apple. Though marketed and received in fanfare, the expensive Macintosh was hard to sell. :308—309 In 1985, :321 Sculley granted Microsoft the license which later led to problems for Apple. :321 In addition, cheap :322 Windows-based IBM-PC clones also led to the development of additional GUIs such as IBM's TopView or Digital Research's GEM, :322 and thus "the graphical user interface was beginning to be taken for granted, undermining the most apparent advantage of the Mac. it スティーブン ジョブス clear as the 1980s wound down that Apple couldn't go it alone indefinitely against the whole IBM-clone market. He speculated that they would have seriously considered merging Disney and Apple had Jobs lived. [ pageneeded] In all the 26 years with Steve, Steve and I never had one of these loud verbal arguments, and it's not my nature to do that. … but we did disagree fairly frequently about things. … I would say something to him and he would immediately shoot it down because he could think faster than I could. … I would then wait a week スティーブン ジョブス I'd call him up, and I give my counterargument to what he had said, and he'd immediately shoot it down. スティーブン ジョブス I had to wait another week, and occasionally this went on for months. But ultimately one of three things happened. About a third of the time he said, "Oh, I get it, you're right. " And that was the end of it. And it was スティーブン ジョブス third of the time in which [I'd] say, "Actually I think he is right. " The other third of the time, where we didn't reach consensus, he just let me do it my way, never said anything more about it. 1997—2011 Return to Apple In 1996, Apple announced that it would buy de facto chief after then-CEO With the purchase of NeXT, much of the company's technology found its way into Apple products, most notably The company subsequently branched out, introducing and improving upon other digital appliances. With the introduction of the Jobs had a public war of words with Team, it turned out that Michael Dell wasn't perfect at predicting the future. Based on today's stock market close, Apple is worth more than Dell. Stocks go up and down, and things may be different tomorrow, but I thought it was worth a moment of reflection today. Steve. Jobs was both admired and criticized for his consummate skill at persuasion and salesmanship, which has been dubbed the " Jobs usually went to work wearing a black long-sleeved Jobs was a board member at D: All Things Digital conference D5 in May 2007 In 2001, Jobs was granted stock options in the amount of 7. It was alleged that the options had been In 2005, Jobs responded to criticism of Apple's poor recycling programs for In 2006, he further expanded Apple's recycling programs to any US customer who buys a new Mac. This program includes shipping and "environmentally friendly disposal" of their old systems. Jobs was perceived as a demanding perfectionist There's an old Wayne Gretzky quote that I love. "I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been. " And we've always tried to do that at Apple. Since the very, very beginning. And we always will. In a 2011 interview with biographer Walter Isaacson, Jobs revealed that he had met with US President Health problems In October 2003, Jobs スティーブン ジョブス diagnosed with cancer. In mid 2004, he announced to his employees that he had a cancerous tumor in his Jobs resisted his doctors' recommendations for medical intervention for nine months, In January 2006, only Jobs's wife, his doctors, and Iger and his wife knew that his cancer had returned. Jobs told Iger privately that he hoped to live to see his son Reed's high school graduation in 2010. Two years later, similar concerns followed Jobs's 2008 WWDC keynote address. On August 28, 2008, Let's Rock keynote by paraphrasing On December 16, 2008, Apple announced that marketing vice-president On January 14, 2009, Jobs wrote in an internal Apple memo that in the previous week he had "learned that my health-related issues are more complex than I originally thought". In 2009, Tim Cook offered a portion of his liver to Jobs, since both share a rare blood type and the donor liver can regenerate tissue after such an operation. Jobs yelled, "I'll never let you do that. I'll never do that. スティーブン ジョブス In April 2009, Jobs underwent a Resignation On January 17, 2011, a year and a half after Jobs スティーブン ジョブス to work following the liver transplant, Apple announced that he had been granted a medical leave of absence. Jobs announced his leave in a letter to employees, stating his decision was made "so he could focus on his health". As it did at the time of his 2009 medical leave, Apple announced that Tim Cook would run day-to-day operations and that Jobs would continue to be involved in major strategic decisions at the company. On August 24, 2011, Jobs announced his resignation as Apple's CEO, writing to the board, "I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple's CEO, I would be the first to スティーブン ジョブス you know. Unfortunately, that day has come. " Death Jobs died at his Apple California Governor Childhood friend and fellow Apple co-founder At his request, Jobs is buried in an Innovations and designs Jobs's design aesthetic was influenced by philosophies of Zen and Buddhism. In India, he experienced Buddhism while on his seven-month spiritual journey, [ citation needed] and the [ citation needed] According to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, "Steve didn't ever code. He wasn't an engineer and he didn't do any original design. " He is listed as either primary inventor or co-inventor in 346 United States patents or patent applications related to a range of technologies from actual computer and portable devices to user interfaces including touch-basedspeakers, keyboards, power adapters, staircases, clasps, sleeves, Involved in many projects throughout his career was his long-time marketing executive and confidant Even while terminally ill in the hospital, Jobs sketched new devices that would hold the iPad in a hospital bed. スティーブン ジョブス his death, he has won 141 patents, more than most inventors during their lifetimes. He holds over 450 patents in total. Apple I Marriage In 1989, Jobs first met his future wife, [ pageneeded] After the lecture, he met her in the parking lot and invited her out to dinner. From that point forward, they were together, with a few minor exceptions, for the rest of his life. [ pageneeded] Jobs proposed on New Year's Day 1990 with "a fistful of freshly picked wildflowers". [ pageneeded] They married on March 18, 1991, in a Buddhist ceremony at the [ pageneeded] Fifty people, including Jobs's father, Paul, and his sister Mona, attended. The ceremony was conducted by Jobs's Jobs's and Powell's first child, Reed, was born in September 1991. Jobs and Powell had two more children, Erin, born in August 1995, and Although a billionaire, Jobs made it known that, like Bill Gates, he had stipulated that most of his monetary fortune would not be left to his children. Family [ pageneeded] Jobs and Brennan developed a working relationship to [ pageneeded] Jobs had found Mona after first finding his birth mother, Joanne Schieble Simpson, shortly after he left Apple. Jobs did not contact his birth family during his adoptive mother Clara's lifetime, however. He would later tell his official biographer スティーブン ジョブス only contacted Schieble after Clara died in early 1986 and after he received permission from his father, Paul. In addition, out of respect for Paul, he asked the media not to report on his search. During this first visit, Schieble told Jobs that he had a sister, Mona, who was not aware that she had a brother. As we got to know each other, we became really good friends, and she is my family. I don't know what I'd do without her. I can't imagine a better sister. My adopted sister, Patty, and I were never close. " I grew up as an only child, with a single mother. Because we were poor and because I knew my father had emigrated from Syria, I imagined he looked like — Jobs then learned his family history. Six months after he was given up for adoption, Schieble's father died, she wed Jandali, and they had a daughter, Mona. I also bear the responsibility for being away from my daughter when she was four years old, as her mother divorced me when I went to Syria, but we got back in touch after 10 years. We lost touch again when her mother moved and I didn't know where she was, but since 10 years ago we've been in constant contact, and I see her three times a year. I organized a trip for her last year to visit Syria and Lebanon and she went with a relative from Florida. A few years later, Schieble married an ice skating teacher, George Simpson. Mona Jandali took her stepfather's last name, as Mona Simpson. In 1970, after divorcing her second husband, Schieble took Mona to Los Angeles and raised her alone. When Simpson found that their father, Abdulfattah Jandali, was living in Seattle Times article about Jandali's abandonment of his students on a trip to Egypt in 1974. After hearing about the visit, Jobs recalled that "it was amazing. I had been to that スティーブン ジョブス a few times, and I remember meeting the owner. He was Syrian. Balding. We shook hands. " However, Jobs still did not want to meet Jandali because "I was a wealthy man by then, and I didn't trust him not to try to blackmail me or go to the press about it. I asked Mona not to tell him about me. " Philanthropy Jobs's views and actions on philanthropy and charity are a public mystery. Mark Vermilion, former charitable leader for Shortly after leaving Apple, he formed the charitable Steven スティーブン ジョブス. Jobs Foundation, led by Mark Vermilion, hired away from Apple's community leadership. Jobs wanted a focus on nutrition and vegetarianism but Vermilion wanted social entrepreneurship. That year, Jobs soon launched NeXT and closed the foundation with no results. Upon his 1997 return to Apple, Jobs optimized the failing company to the core, such as eliminating all philanthropic programs, never to be restored. A few months after another unflattering news report, Apple started a program to match employees' charitable gifts. 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その後、鏡に写る自分に、「もし今日が人生最後の日だとしたら、今日する予定だったことをそれでもしたいと思うだろうか?」という問いを毎朝行います。 その作業が終わると、次に1日数百通くる顧客からのメールに対応したり、電話をかけたりという業務を行うか、プレゼンテーションの予定があれば、その準備にこの時間を充てていました。 夕食後は妻と一時間散歩し、それが終わると瞑想をしたり、音楽を聞いたりして寝るまでの時間を過ごします。 答えが「ノー」という日が続けば、計画を見直すようにしていたそうです。 「毎日同じ服を着る」などのエネルギーを節約するための習慣は、「仕事」だけではなく「家族」のためにエネルギーを使うためでもあったのではないでしょうか? スティーブ・ジョブズのルーティンのポイント• 毎日同じ服着ていた• 毎朝鏡に写る自分に同じ問いをした• 菜食主義の食生活• 朝食と夕食を家族と一緒に摂る• 分割睡眠法.。

スティーブ・ジョブズの死因とは?膵臓がんが悪化した理由や亡くなるまでの生活も紹介


そのためには、人から愚か者と言われるくらいの自由なものの見方が必要なのかもしれません。 旧来の広告の概念は終わり、ただ情報を伝えることしかできなくなりました。 出典:「 3-5. 墓場で一番の金持ちになることは重要ではない ジョブズは折に触れて金儲けが自分のやりたいことではない、と語っています。 君たちも、自分がやって好きなことを見つけなさい。 すばらしい仕事をするただひとつの方法は、自分のやっていることを好きになることなのです。

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今も語り継がれるスピーチの全文を、日本語訳と英語原文で紹介する。 だから、本意でない人生を生きて時間を無駄にしないでください。 背表紙には早朝の田舎道の写真が。 当時は人生で何をしたらいいのか分からなかったし、大学に通ってもやりたいことが見つかるとはとても思えなかった。
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