The Wall Street Journal on Friday published an excerpt from an upcoming book detailing Apple's corporate culture since the passing of cofounder Steve Jobs, with the snippet offering perspective on Tim Cook's ascension within the company.
The ad has co-stars Kumail Nanjiani, T.J. Miller, Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods and Martin Starr spoofing the look of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, with black turtlenecks and that chin-rub pose from the cover of Walter Isaacson's biography.
Many of his creations reduced the need to send physical mail, but late Apple founder Steve Jobs will still get a fitting tribute from the US Postal Service: his likeness will appear on a postage stamp beginning in 2015, according to a document ..
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Soon you'll be able to celebrate the life of tech icon Steve Jobs in a new analog way: by sending snail mail. The U.S. Postal Service has approved a commemorative stamp honoring the Apple co-founder to be printed as part of a collectible ...
According to a list of upcoming subjects obtained by The Washington Post, Steve Jobs is set to get a limited release stamp in 2015 alongside the likes of Johnny Carson, Elvis Presley, James Brown, and an as-of-yet unnamed group of Science ...
The Washington Post has uncovered a document (embedded below, via Engadget) that reveals the U.S. Postal Service plans to release a collectible postage stamp featuring Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 2015. According to the document, ...
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