But this persona of Jobs as a monster is completely unravelled with a single picture captured at the end of the WWDC keynote, of him with his wife Laurene Powell Jobs. Taken by Lea Suzuki of The Chronicle, we see a softer side of Jobs that is often hidden from public view. So what do you think - do you like the kinder, gentler Steve or the tyrannical leader better? [SF Gate]
Steve Jobs Is Not A Monster
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