Steve Jobs on the Humanities

“With the tragic passing of Steve Jobs, Apple’s visionary co-founder, the humanities have lost one of its most articulate advocates. Jobs often ended presentations standing in front of a slide displaying two street signs: ‘Liberal arts’ and ‘Technology’.  ‘We’ve always tried to be at the intersection of technology and liberal arts’, he would explain, ‘to be able to get the best of both’ …” (more)

[Pax Hehmeyer, 4Humanities, 7 October]

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