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TIME Magazine Hailed Steve Jobs As One The Most Influential Americans Of All Time

If you are a regular reader of our blog, chances are high that you have heard of little-known man called Steve Jobs. Even if you're not the biggest Apple fan or you're just a fan of technology in general, you should be pretty familiar with Steve Jobs and his significant contribution to the modern computing age. Since his unfortunate passing last year, Jobs has received significant honors and awards which acknowledge the legacy that he has left behind. And now, TIME Magazine gives Steve Jobs yet another honor as one of the most influential Americans of all time.

Steve Jobs - Top Most Influential American
Dubbed as the "trailblazers, visionaries and cultural ambassadors who defined a nation", TIME Magazine has put up a list of the most influential Americans of all time. And as mentioned, one of the spot belongs to no other than Steve Jobs himself. TIME referred to him as the "high priest of the computer age."

From TIME Magazine:

Jobs was a visionary whose great genius was for design: he pushed and pushed to make the interface between computers and people elegant, simple and delightful. He always claimed his goal was to create products that were “insanely great.” Mission accomplished.

Steve Jobs gained the honor alongside other famous historical figures that you likely heard of such as: George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Albert Einstein, Muhammad Ali, and many others. The complete list goes like this:

  • George Washington
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Sacagawea
  • Meriwether Lewis
  • William Clark
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Sitting Bull
  • Alexander G. Bell
  • Thomas Edison
  • Henry Ford
  • The Wright Brothers
  • Margaret Sanger
  • Albert Einstein
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Louis Armstrong
  • James Watson
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Muhammad Ali
  • Steve Jobs

What do you think of this list? Do you think Steve Jobs deserves this particular honor?

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