accessibility mode: off
Shopping Cart
Steve Jobs Explaining Ten Year Technology Development Cycles

Steve Jobs Explaining Ten Year Technology Development Cycles

Maker: Doug Menuez


900000
Request More Information

* Fields are Required
Yes Please!
How much is:
Answer:*
9000

Photograph, Sonoma, California, 1986.

Steve Jobs shares with his team how technology evolves in 25-30 year wave cycles. Steve hoped to ride the next wave by putting the power of a refrigerator-sized mainframe computer into a one-foot cube at a price affordable to Universities. Thus NeXT Computer began as Steve’s quest for redemption after being fired from Apple in a humiliating boardroom coup. He gathered the best and brightest around him and began a classic start-up with his own seed money. Every few months, Steve and the fledgling company would travel to a retreat in the country with their families to grapple with myriad technical issues and make plans. Most industry pundits believed it would be a huge success. Instead, it was the start of over a decade of struggle and failure for Steve. 

    • Edition 3 of 3
    • 47” (119.38cm) Height
      • 33” (83.82cm) Width
      • Signed on verso by the artist


        Contact


        Shipping and Returns


        More from Doug menuez

        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available

        Additional Photography Options

        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        View
        Available
        x

        Jewelry


        x

        Objects


        x

        Artists