Remembering Steve Jobs

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Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday at the age of 56. Under his leadership, Cupertino-based Apple overcame its reputation as a relatively small computer manufacturer to become a technology juggernaut by introducing wildly successful personal entertainment devices such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Jobs had been suffering from pancreatic cancer. We discuss his legacy.

Guests:

John Markoff, journalist covering science for the New York Times and author of books including "What the Dormouse Said: How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry"

Adam Lashinsky, senior editor-at-large at Fortune Magazine and author of the forthcoming book "INSIDE APPLE: How America's Most Admired -- and Secretive -- Company Really Works"

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