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2014

maxresdefaultLouis Vaughn ( the son of J-Ro from Tha Alkaholiks ) released a video where he rhymes over a classic Jay Z – Dead Presidents. But unlike Jay’s classic, Louis rhymes about hustling to get up there with the people he most admires and are looked up to in our culture: Jimi Hendrix, Michael Jackson, Tupac, Steve Jobs, Billie Holiday and Bob Marley ( feels like a game of ‘Which one doesn’t belong? )

This music video is symbolic for how I’d like to be represented when my time here is complete.

When I think of Presidents, I think of the people who are looked up to in our culture’s society.

The people that are given full attention whenever they speak.

Just like those Dead Presidents represented in this exhibit, what I do and say will live way beyond my last days here as well.

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2014

iphone-introduction-reimagined-FSMdotCOMToday, we take smartphones for granted but we forget that less than a decade ago Steve Jobs blew our minds by announcing three new devices—a wide screen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough Internet communications device. Oh yeah, and they’re all one device.

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2014

12396141183_0e6148ebe4_oVisitors to the National Portrait Gallery’s new “American Cool” exhibit will find late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs highlighted alongside cultural icons like Miles Davis, Paul Newman, and Jay Z. The exhibit is designed to celebrate people who made America “cool,” which the National Potrait Gallery describes as carrying “a social charge of rebellious self-expression, charisma, edge and mystery.”

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2013

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On an interview with Charlie Rose, Larry Ellison – Oracle CEO and Steve Jobs‘ best friend for 25 years – says that Apple “will not be nearly so successful” in the post-Jobs era, because the ‘experiment’ has been done before and we all saw what happened.

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2013

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The Verge‘s Joshua Topolsky and the crew took a trip to Chicago to sit down with Ashton Kutcher, the actor known for That 70s Show and Two and a Half Men but more importantly his portrayal of Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic. It’s a bold choice — you can read our Jobs review from Sundance here — and Josh challenges him on his decision and performance. The two also talk about Kutcher’s other life, as that of a venture capitalist and social media forerunner.

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