Henry Adams writes tribute to Steve Jobs for “Smithsonian”

A tribute to a great artist: Steve Jobs

Smithsonian Magazine: Henry Adams, professor of American art, writes a tribute to the late Steve Jobs, discussing the importance of Jobs’ calligraphy training in college on his career. “Through mastering calligraphy, Jobs learned to think like an artist,” he wrote. “It became the skill that separated him from other computer geniuses and business leaders. It enabled him to move out ahead of the pack, to build out of almost nothing one of the world’s largest corporations and to revolutionize modern life.”