Malcolm Gladwell on Steve Jobs:

Jobs’s sensibility was editorial, not inventive. His gift lay in taking what was in front of him—the tablet with stylus—and ruthlessly refining it.

Gladwell argues that Jobs’ best gift was his ability to make things better — perhaps the best they could be. It was not that he was inventor, so much as it was that he was a tweaker.

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