In his biography, Walter Isaacson portrays the late Steve Jobs as the primary inspiration and promoter of the legendary Think Different campaign. Not true, says Rob Siltanen, CEO of the Siltanen & Partners agency. Stiltanen claims he's the real mastermind of the campaign and has the evidence to prove it. Check out Forbes for the complete and exhaustive details.
Turns Out Steve Jobs Wasn't The Driving Force Of The Think Different Ads After All
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