"when Bill and I first met each other and worked together in the early
days, generally, we were both the youngest guys in the room, right?
Individually or together. (...)And now when we’re working at our respective
companies, (...) I’m the oldest guy in the room
most of the time." Jobs at D5
過去と決別して未来へ "There’s a lot of things that happened that I’m
sure I could have done better when I was at a Apple the first time and
a lot of things that happened after I left that I thought were wrong
turns, but it doesn’t matter. It really doesn’t matter and you kind of
got to let go of that stuff and we are where we are. So we tend to look
"one of the things I did when I got back to Apple 10
years ago was I gave the museum to Stanford (...)and said, let’s
stop looking backwards here. It’s all about what happens tomorrow.
(...)And so let’s go invent tomorrow rather than worrying
about what happened yesterday."
中がコンピュータであることが問題ではない "We’re getting to the point where everything’s a computer in a different
form factor. So what, right? So what if it’s built with a computer
inside it? It doesn’t matter. It’s, 'what is it', 'how do you use it',' how does the consumer approach it'.. And so who cares what’s inside
Appleがやりたいこと "what we want to do is be that consumer’s device and that consumer’s
experience wrapped around all this information and things we can
deliver to them in a wonderful user interface, in a coherent product."
"I think of most things in life as either a Bob Dylan or a Beatles song,
but there’s that one line in that one Beatles song, 'you and I have
memories longer than the road that stretches out ahead.' And that’s
clearly true here." Jobs at D5