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Sorkin’s decision to amplify her role in Jobs’s life was based, it seems, on a desire for narrative impact more than a fealty to history.) We are never given an explanation for why she has Jobs’s ear in a way that other people—including Apple’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak—don’t.
We’re never told (or shown) her motivation for serving, at the low points as well as the high of his career, as Jobs’s “right-hand woman.”Instead, Joanna exists, in Steve Jobs’s aggressively hermetic universe, mostly as a classic foil to the film’s eponymous inventor: She’s the yin to his yang, the human to his automaton. The West Wing introduced many Americans to the notion that the chief of staff can, when truly respected by the president, be the second-most powerful person in American politics. She is as much of a “trusted confidante” as his narcissism will allow.
” Steve Jobs (Michael Fassbender) asks his marketing director and confidante, Joanna Hoffman (Kate Winslet), before one of the dramatic product launches that frame the movie named for him.
Joanna, without missing a beat, gives her reply: “Because I’m not in love with you.” Steve nods. In one sense, the exchange is classic Aaron Sorkin: snappy, revealing, fraught both despite and because of its nonchalance.
The book delves into his intense obsession with Bob Dylan, his romantic relationship with Joan Baez, his perception that John Mayer is "out of control," the difficulty of getting the Beatles on i Tunes and his close (and occasionally turbulent) friendship with Bono.
We would start off with a version and then begin refining, doing detailed models of the design, or the buttons, or how a function operates.
It's a lot of work, but in the end it just gets better, and soon it's like, ' Wow, how did they do that?!? '"• Bono personally negotiated the deal to have Apple feature U2's "Vertigo" in one of their i Pod commercials.
She's been kind of cooped up for almost three years between the pregnancies and babies.
She loves it and is a great mom, but it's nice to get a break.
• Jobs finally met Dylan when the singer was playing near Palo Alto in October of 2004.