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July 21st, 2011

Top 10 Things Steve Jobs Never Said

Here we go with our first ever Top 10 List. Hopefully, if David Letterman doesn’t sue us, we’ll make this a regular Thursday feature.

  1. I’m having a Big Mac attack.
  2. Now that Microsoft’s come out with the Zune we might as well hang it up.
  3. Thank you for your email suggestions on how we can redesign the iPhone to make you happier. I’ll have our R&D people get right to work on it.
  4. Our newest product should make the boys on Wall Street happy.
  5. We should’ve called it a Fig Newton.
  6. I’m flattered, but I think I’ll stay here at NeXT.
  7. Let’s open source OS X and give it away for free.
  8. Now that Microsoft’s come out with Vista we might as well hang it up.
  9. That’s okay Bill, you can use our intellectual property any time you like.
  10. Of course it’ll sell – it’s named after my daughter!

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