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A little known fact about Steve Jobs was the fact that he was listed as either primary inventor or co-inventor in 338 US patents or patent applications related to a range of technologies from actual computer and portable devices to user interfaces (including touch-based), speakers, keyboards, power adapters, staircases, clasps, sleeves, lanyards and packages.
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Steve Jobs was born out of wedlock and was adopted. In fact, he mentioned in one of his speeches that he was so poor that he had to sleep on the floor in friends' rooms while in college. In addition, he earned little money for food, returning the Coca-Cola bottles. In addition, he had to walk seven miles every week in the city to the Hare Krishna temple on a Sunday festival. If a man like Steve Jobs can face adversity and still succeed in society, what is our excuse? Interestingly, for the man who ran the most valuable company in the world, he didn't actually get a degree. In fact, he dropped out of Reed College after just one semester. Steve mentioned that his short college stint made a big difference because "If I had never looked at this one and only calligraphy course in college, there would never have been multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts on the Mac." A little known fact about Steve Jobs was the fact that he was listed as the primary inventor or co-inventor in 338 US patents or patent applications covering a range of technologies, from real computers and handheld devices to user interfaces (including touch). , speakers, keyboards, power adapters, ladders, clasps, sleeves, laces and bags. The experience that Steve faced was also quite dramatic and could be a potential soap opera storyline. In 1985, two years after hiring new Apple CEO John Scully, Jobs was literally kicked out of the company he founded. This was due to a deteriorating working relationship between Jobs and Scully and led to an internal power struggle that Jobs lost. However, Jobs argued that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could happen to him. He said: The severity of success has been replaced by the ease of being a rookie again, less confident about everything. It gave me the freedom to enter one of the most creative periods of my life. " � for more information visit:https://shouts.site/steve-jobs/