Time Magazine profiles Steve Jobs:

Taking care of business means, for Jobs, not just lighting fires under the staff and gladhanding the media. It also involves—crucially—keeping the lines open to the young.


The baby, a girl, was born in the summer of 1978, with Jobs denying his fatherhood and refusing to pay child support. A voluntary blood test performed the following year said “the probability of paternity for Jobs, Steven. . . is 94.1%.” Jobs insists that “28% of the male population of the United States could be the father.” Nonetheless, the court ordered Jobs to begin paying $385 a month for child support. It may be noted that the baby girl and the machine on which Apple has placed so much hope for the future share the same name: Lisa.

The article was written in 1983.  The focus of this man is incredible. He is also just a man.