Steve Jobs

More Promising News In The Fight Against Cancer

A brief break from miles and points to talk about something else close to my heart. The NY Times has an article today about an end-stage leukemia patient who went through two relapses and is somehow in remission. Now, this patient happened to be a research doctor who specialized in….leukemia.  After years of fighting, it looked like he was out of options.  Instead, through some new research into gene sequencing, he’s in remission with every chance to live a healthy life. He’s not the only patient to use this sort […]

What I Learned From Steve Jobs

I remember thinking when Steve Jobs passed away that I would write something meaningful on my blog about his life and premature passing.  Time got away from me, but I knew I wanted to read the biography/autobiography Walter Isaacson penned with a ton of input from Steve and the people around him.  Isaacson captured so many thought-provoking moments in this book I can’t help but recognize a few. I hope you’ll indulge me for a moment.  I promise this won’t be too much of an Apple commercial.  There’s a bit […]