Article by Ken Murray.
The world’s oldest stockbroker, he first went to work on Wall Street in 1928. “This was before the Depression,” he says, then specifies which depression, as if I might confuse it with the one in the 1890s.
New York article by Jesse Green.
We have been finding out just how far Steve Jobs’ influence reached, and it is quite incredible.
There are plenty of tributes and quotes elsewhere, but I like reading personal accounts like this short memoir by Wolfram. An older expose by a Robert X. Cringely is also good.
Jobs’ 2005 Stanford commencement speech is excellent, if impossible.
Jobs’ official biography is to be released October 24th.
Looking at the other side of the coin, the comments in this slashdot article explore the negative aspects of Jobs’ influence and how people reacted to his death.