Mat Honan for Wired:
Jobs, like the titans of industry before him, realized that when we think about how the world works, we are actually thinking about the way people have made it to work. And that means that if you don’t like the way the world works, you are free to change it. Which is exactly what he did.
A thoughtful piece about why Jobs remains so relevant a year after his death. Honan also doesn’t spare criticism at journalists and analysts that, as he put it, “trot out his corpse” at every opportunity to examine Apple’s strategic moves.