Steve Jobs Paper

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Steve Jobs Paper Specific Purpose: By the end of my speech, my audience will be familiar with the different aspects of Steve Jobs’ life from an early age, and his career accomplishments. Central Idea: To give the audience a better understanding about the man who was well reserved, one must learn about his life from an early age, and his career accomplishments. Introduction: I remember when I was in Jr. High, and computers were being integrated into the classrooms. As a matter of fact, the class was called Computer Literacy. I also remember that when you would start the computers, they needed a few minutes to “boot up.” We had games such as Lode Runner, and Montezuma’s Revenge. I remember some time later, my parents bought our first…show more content…
Isaccson was unaware at first that Jobs had pancreatic cancer. Jobs died on October 5, 2011 at about 3:00 p.m. in his California home. (Transition) Next, I will discuss the career of Steve Jobs, career as it flourishes. II. Steve Jobs had a very complex and innovating career, he was one of our pioneers in providing computers to the masses. A. According to Walter Isaccson in his biography, Steve Jobs, he discusses the life and innovations that Jobs was able to offer consumers. 1. Jobs, as I mentioned earlier, was the owner with his friend Steve, of Apple Computers. Jobs’ resigns from Apple in 1985 and starts NeXT computers, who got the attention of Billionaire Ross Perot, who invested heavily in this company. 2. Jobs, also owned Pixar, which was sold to Disney, Jobs had been the largest shareholder. Jobs’ is credited as the executive producer of the hit film, Toy Story. 3. In the year 1996, it was announced that Apple would buy NeXT in the means of $429 million U.S. dollars. 4. Jobs again had reigns of Apple. (Transition) Steve Jobs’ innovations change the world forever. III Due to the fact that Steve Jobs’ was a genius, he innovated the computer industry to an extreme, his company and products are the most sought after around the world. A. According to Walter Isaccson’s book, Steve Jobs, we become aware of all the incredible products made by

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