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Silicon Valley Miya Tokumitsu writes* with incisive elegance about our altogether elitist and self-indulgent view that our experts have these days about the relationship between love and work. That view,...

It is hard not to laugh when my students think they are imitating or comprehending the zeitgeist of—whether to honor or mock—the 1980s. Though, in almost every way, it is impossible to fault them for this. The individual...
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Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs Part II: Redesigning the World (Read Part I here) Steve Jobs’ entrance into the technology business was less than auspicious. In an early manifestation of what came to...
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Part I: Origins (Read Part II here) 2 ½ years after his death from cancer, Steve Jobs remains an icon of contemporary business and popular culture. Co-founder of Apple, he amassed a fortune of mammoth...
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A good friend of mine and a man I respect immensely, Hunter Baker, warned me to finish Isaacson’s long biography of Steve Jobs before passing too much judgment on the life and personality of...
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I purchased Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs the moment it came out. I’ve read a number of books on the history of Apple and Jobs—some dealing with him directly and others only touching upon his...
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Below is the December Macworld Cover planned for December 2011 issue. Enough said. Books related to technology and this post may be found in The Imaginative Conservative Bookstore. Essays by Dr. Birzer may be...
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St. Josemaria For Catholics, the iPad just became a bit holier. No, Steve Jobs said nothing new about hating pornography (go, Steve, go!) and loving his children. Yesterday, Jorge...

Ludwig von Mises Mixed news coming from the Big Apple this morning. Though the Yankees handily defeated the Tigers, the New York Times reports that Catholic Archbishop Dolan of New York, while speaking at...
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Forgive the scattershot tendencies and directions of this post. Just lots of short items written quickly from my hotel room in downtown Portland, just blocks from Powells (which I’ve yet to visit). A few book recommendations