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Annotated Bibliography

Primary Sources:
Boomer. "Steve Jobs TV Interview about Apple's Arrival in Ireland (1980)."
EverySteveJobsVideo. N.p., 18 February 2013. Web. 02 October 2014.
<http://everystevejobsvideo.com/>.
This picture is a great source because it is from when Apple first started making
computers. It is a newspaper from December 30, 1980 about having personal computer in
homes. The picture of the newspaper shows when the Apple products first came out they
were very popular. His leadership in Apple helped make them so popular that a decent
amount of people had them in their homes.
Boris. "10 Steve Jobs Vidoes You Should Watch Instead of Ashton Kutcher's 'Jobs'" TNW. N.p.,
19 August 2013. Web. 28 November 2014.<http://the nextweb.com/>.
This video shows how Steve Jobs has always been a leader in Apple productions and how
his legacy has improved so much. The Macintosh was the first of his amazing products,
and he proved in this video that he is going to be a leader for a long time. Also, going to
see one of the first Apple products shows how his legacy has lasted so long and is still
one of the largest companies today.
Cook, Tim. "Dead in the Water?" MacUser 30.5 (2011): 10-13. Web. 1 October 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.

This primary source tells us about how Steve Jobs is a hard act to follow. It is all about
how Steve Jobs has accomplished many great things and that he will never be forgotten.
He is a legend and Tim Cook explains everything that he has done to get that status.
Gaylord, Chris. "Five Surprising Facts from the New Steve Jobs Biography." The Christian
Science Monitor. The Christian Science Monitor, 25 October 2011. Web. 28 September
2014. <http://www.csmonitor.com/>.
This article shows how Jobs is a leader, mostly. He does not care much about how other
people feel about him, but he admires them anyways. This article also shows that Steve
Jobs leadership can affect other people the way other inventors did him. We also learn
that Steve Jobs leadership is not as positive sometimes, as it says, Google ripped of the
iPhone, and Jobs will spend any money it takes to get it back.
Goodale, Gloria. "Steve Jobs: What We Can Learn from How He Lived." The Christian Science
Monitor. The Christian Science Monitor, 6 October 2011. Web. 28 September 2014.
<http://www.csmonitor.com/>.
Jobs was always thinking about someone other than himself and it really helped boost his
company. Jobs dropped out of college and had no idea what he wanted to do for his
career. Instead, he connected to his passion, computers, and it would start his legacy at
Apple. Jobs had the vision, and needed the team, even though the world said he could not
do it, he did.
Hafner, Katherine M., and Richard Brandt. "Steve Jobs: Can He Do It Again?" BusinessWeek 25

August 1997
This source tells us about how Steve Jobs got off track through the years but has come
back. He came back economically by raising even more money than he did with Apple.
He became an even bigger success after that.
Kahner, Leander. Inside Steve's Brain. New York: Penguin Group, 2008
This book contains information about Steve Jobs early life, his leadership at Apple, and
his life as an entrepreneur. This is a good primary source because it has all of the
information about Jobs life including all of his ups and downs.
Kaipa, Prasad. "Steve Jobs and the Art of Mental Model Innovation." Ivey Business Journal
(2005): 1-4. Web. 1 October 2014. <http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
Prasad Kaipa explains in Steve Jobs and the Art of Mental Model Innovation how
Steve Jobs has taught so many people his great talents. This source also helps us to
understand his legacy and all of his successful inventions and devices.
Knickerbocker, Brad. "Steve Jobs Wanted to Change the World, and He Did (video)." The
Christian Science Monitor. The Christian Science Monitor, n.d. Web. 28 September 2014.
<http://www.csmonitor.com/>.
This article shows how Jobs wanted to make Apple better as a company and the world
better altogether. He once said to his workers, my job is not to be easy, but to make them
better, which shows us his leadership skills are phenomenal. The article also shows that
Jobs was a leader to everyone, even Bill Gates himself.
Kuang, Cliff. "What Steve Jobs Can Still Teach Us." FastCompany 159 (2011): 90-92. Web. 1
October 2014. <http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.

I believe that this is a very reliable source because it gives information about how Steve
Jobs still teaches us many things even after his death. It explains how his legacy and his
inventions help us in todays society.
Lasseter, John. "Steve Jobs." Time 26 December 2011: 126-28. Web. 2 October 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
This primary source tells us about how Steve Jobs died and all of the things that he left
behind. He left behind a legacy and one of the most successful businesses in the world.
Lohr, Steve. "Creating Jobs: Apple's Founder Goes Home Again." The New York Times 18
January 1997
This source is useful because it tells us how Steve Jobs thought of Apple and how it got
started. Apple is one of the most well-known companies in the world today and has been
very successful in getting billions of people to buy Apple products today.
Ng, William. "Steve Jobs Legacy." Incentive 185.6 (2011): 10-133. Web. 2 October 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
From this source I believe that we can learn about the effects that Steve Jobs left. He
changed everybodys life for the better and he did leave a legacy.
Pollack, Andrew. "Apple Computer Entrepreneur's Rise and Fall." The New York Times 19
September 1985
This primary source gives us information about how Steve Jobs was a great entrepreneur.
It also talks about the different positions Jobs has had at Apple and all of the sacrifices he
has made. Jobs resigned from Apple for a little while and that was a time that he had a
fall in his career.
Preimesberger, Chris. "Millions Held Deep Respect for Steve Jobs and the Products He Helped

Build for Apple." EWeek 28.17 (n.d.): 22-26. Web. 2 October 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
This source tells us how Steve Jobs worked with other people to create their successful
business. It also states how hard Jobs worked for many years.
Smolowe, Jill. "Steve Jobs." EBSCOhost. N.p., 24 October 2011. Web. 28 September 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
This article proves that Jobs taught the world to think different about music, movies, and
life. I will be able to show that with all the detail in the article that before Jobs legacy, we
would not have any of the technology we have today. I would easily be able to reference
to this article to prove any statements for my groups website.
Steve Jobs Inspirational Speech. YouTube. YouTube, 7 February 2014. Web. 2 December
2014. <https://www.youtube.com/>.
This source is an inspirational speech that Steve Jobs once said. The video has many
pictures of Steve Jobs and his accomplishments.
Steve Jobs on Failure. YouTube. YouTube, 31 October 2011. Web. 28 September 2014.
<http://www.youtube.com/>.
In this interview with Steve Jobs, Jobs tells his story on how hard it was trying to get the
iPhone business to get started. He also talks about how if you do not go for opportunities,
then you cannot expect them again. His message is very motivating and proves that he is
a leader.
Steve Jobs on His Legacy. YouTube. YouTube, 18 June 2013. Web. 2 December 2014.
<https://www.youtube.com/>.

In this video, Steve Jobs talks about his legacy and what it will be like in the future. He
states that Apple will not be the same in the future and many products will be overlooked.
"Steve Jobs and the Portal to the Invisible." Esquire 150.4 (n.d.): 185-315. Web. 1 October 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
In this source, it explains how he has created a legacy of complete control at Apple,
which has made him unpopular with some people, but his ideas, such as the iPod and
iPhone, have made the company successful. Even through his tough times, he has pulled
through and has become a very successful entrepreneur.
Turetta, Jonathan. "Steve Jobs IPhone 2007 Presentation (Full HD)." YouTube. YouTube, 13
May 2013. Web. 01 October 2014. <http://www.youtube.com/>.
This video is about Steve Jobs explaining the IPhone and how it is going to change
phones forever. This should be a great reference to me when I am talking about his
leadership in the Apple Company. This shows how Steve Jobs started his legacy in Apple
and how he is going to advance technology.
Vercelletto, Christina. "Raise the Next Steve Jobs." (2011): Web. 2 October 2014.
<http://web.a.ebscohost.com/>.
This primary source discusses the elements of raising a child to become a brilliant
individual. Steve Jobs is such an inspiration for many people.

Secondary Sources:
Esslinger, Hartmut. "Keep It Simple: The Early Design Years of Apple." February 2014: n.
pag. MasterFILE Complete. Web. 1 October 2014. <web.b.ebsohost.com>.

This article goes over the early years of Apple and how it is developed. This will help us
better understand Steve Jobs leadership of Apple.
Goodell, Jeff. "The Steve Jobs Nobody Know." Rolling Stone 27 October
2011: n. pag. MasterFile Complete. Web. 1 October 2014. <web.b.ebscohost.com>.
This article focuses on Steve Jobs background and private life. It will help us learn more
about him.
Griggs, Brandon. "How Steve Jobs' Legacy Has Changed." CNN 8 October 2014:
This article offers information about Steve Jobs legacy and how it has changed. It will
help us better understand his leadership of apple and his great accomplishments.
Hemphill, Kenny. "Do You Know Who I Am?" Do You Know Who I Am?
October 2013: MasterFILE Complete. Web. 1 October 2014.
<web.b.ebscohost.com>.
This article provides information about the people Steve Jobs worked with. This will help
us better understand what people who knew him thought about him.
I, Steve: Steve Jobs in His Own Words via 200 Quotes. Brain Pickings RSS. Web. 1 October
2014. <http://www.brainpickings.org/>.
Steve Jobs has a big effect on people in todays society. In this source, it explains how
something so simple that he does inspires so many other people.
Isaacson, Walter. Steve Jobs. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2011.
This book will help us to better understand the importance of Steve Jobs life and his
leadership of apple. It will also teach us about the importance of the technology he
created.
MacWorld Staff. "Steve Jobs." Steve Jobs: Man Who Saved Apple November 2011: MasterFILE

Complete. Web. 1 October 2014. <web.b.ebscohost.com>.


This article focuses of Steve Jobs accomplishments as chief executive officer of Apple
Inc. We will be able to learn about is leadership of apple and his legacy.
Preimesberger, Chris. "Millions Held Deep Respect for Steve Jobs and the Products He Helped
Build for Apple." EWeek 28.17 (n.d.): 22-26. Web. 2 October 2014.
<web.b.ebscohost.com>.
This article gives information about the achievements of Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple
Inc. It says that he was known for producing high quality products and considered as an
innovator in personal computer and smartphones.
Segan, Sascha. "Steve Jobs IS Not Dead." PC Magazine December 2012: MasterFILE
Complete. Web. 1 October 2014. <web.b.ebscohost.com>.
This article explains how even though Steve Jobs is dead we will still remember him. The
article will help us learn about the great things he did in life which lead him to having a
great legacy.
"Steven Paul Jobs." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. 01 October 2014.
<www.biography.com>.
This source has information about Steve Jobs legacy and how he advanced many things.
There are many videos explaining his life, and how he became this well-known legend.
He influences every one and leaves us with his knowledge.