Apple needs a leader to 'shoot it in the knees when needed', Xerox PARC man
Alan Kay thinks that Apple the loss of Apple's dynamic leader, Steve Jobs, may have left the company without a leader capable of making decisions.
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#1 Apr 9, 2013
That is not at all what I said. Read the original interview and not hearsay. Someone omitted to read an "if" in the interview and made up the above headline which has then been repeated by people too lazy to check it out. We didn't invent personal computing and the Internet for this kind of behavior -- exactly the opposite in fact.
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