The blessing and the curse of being Steve Jobs

Film Oct 31, 2013

The blessing and the curse of being Steve Jobs

by Kaori Shoji

Filmmaker Joshua Michael Stern has the distinction of directing "Jobs," the first big-budget movie biopic on one of the world's most important entrepreneurs: Steve Jobs. The film was bound to come under extreme scrutiny from avid Apple fans, of whom there are many, and ...

Commentary Aug 29, 2011

Budget repair and liberal defiance

by Kyung Hoon Kim, Anthony Halpin, Akira Tashiro, Klaus Naumann, Sharmila Silva, Rachel Kranton, Robert Dujarric, Lucian Bebchuk, Lester Tenney, Carol Mann, Dominique Moisi and George Will

The residues of liberalism's Wisconsin Woodstock — 1960s radicalism redux: operatic lamentations, theatrical demonstrations and electoral futilities — are words of plaintive defiance painted on sidewalks around the state capitol. "Solidarity forever" was perhaps painted by a graduate student forever at the University of Wisconsin. "Repubs ...