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喬布斯的經典語錄和名言有哪些?

2018年07月06日 知乎問答精選 暫無評論 閱讀 12 ℃ 次

【胡維的回答(37票)】:

  • Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish. ?求知若饑,虛心若愚

2005 年斯坦福演講,原話出自一本叫做《Whole Earth Catalog》的雜誌。詳見:bit.ly/fyDqep

  • 如果能當海盜,為什麼還要去當海軍?
  • 好的藝術家複製,偉大的藝術家盜竊

關於個人

  • 23 歲時,我有 100萬 美元,24 歲時,我有 1000 萬,25 歲時,我有超過 1 億美元資產。但這對我並不重要,我不是為錢做這些事情的。
  • 只有愛你所做的,你才能成就偉大的事情。如果你沒找到自己所愛的,繼續找,別停下來。就像所有與你內心有關的事情,當你找到時你會知道的。
  • 我們並不是在享用自己種植的糧食,我們穿著別人做好的衣服。我們講著別人發明的預言,我們使著別人創造的數學。我想說的是,我們一直在享用。因此,創造一點什麼去回饋全人類的經驗和知識,是非常帶勁的一種感覺。
  • 我是我所認識的唯一一個在一年之內喪失 2.5 億美元的人,這極大塑造了我的性格。
  • 成為墓地裡最有錢的人對我沒什麼吸引力。夜半上床時,對自己說:你做了些了不起的事情。這對我很重要。
  • 佛教有一句話,叫做初學者的心態,擁有初學者的心態是件了不起的事情 。

關於產品和創新

  • 「電腦就像人類思維的自行車」 ?apple4.us/2009
  • 設計不只關於產品的外觀和感覺,設計決定產品如何運作。
  • 只有對一千件事情說「不」,才能確保我們不會誤入歧途或浪費過多嘗試。
  • 你要成為一個質量標桿。很多人並不知道如何適應那種追求卓越的環境。
  • 創新與有多少研發資金無關。當蘋果推出 Mac 的時候,IBM 投入的研發費用比蘋果至少多 100 倍。所以錢不是主要原因。關鍵在於你有怎樣的團隊,你怎麼領導,你怎麼達到目標。

  • 微軟的唯一問題是他們沒有品味。他們就是沒品位。我不是狹義的批評,我是廣義的說,他們不去思考原創的創意,他們也沒把什麼文化帶入他們的產品。

【覃超的回答(11票)】:

這個問題讓我想起了當年準備托福的時候,一直朗讀他在斯坦福的畢業演講。我對他最後的那句stay hungary stay foolish一直沒什麼感覺,反而有時看到別人惡搞的stay full, stay smart讓人覺得眼前一亮。

但是在文章中間的這句話,的確是觸及到了我的心靈:

Your time is limited, so don』t waste it living someone else』s life. Don』t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people』s thinking. Don』t let the noise of other』s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

可能中國長大的小孩習慣於讓父母來操辦很多東西吧,而且中國的環境很壓抑,party的愚民教育很多時候讓人們生活得沒有方向。而且多年以來在中國的風氣,使得人多少愛面子,愛攀比和喜歡跟風。學習如此,工作如此,創業亦如此。後來我看到這段話的時候,猛得意識到自己應該去思考一下真正想去做的是什麼,自己最終想要成為一個怎樣的人。

【Tracey Xiang的回答(5票)】:

Jhonny Cash逝世後一個月,蘋果開Windows版iTunes Store發佈會,觀眾入席的時候,背景音樂放的是Cash版Beatles的「In My Life」.?

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問Steve Jobs,是誰選了這首歌,他說是他自己,?

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"When he died, I went on the site and I looked at all the Jhonny Cash stuff and was listening to that. I'd never heard that, that old Beatles song, and it's beautiful.?

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That was one of the last recordings he made. And you could imagine him singing that to his wife.?

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Here is a guy who's done what he's done in his life, who he's been, what he's been through, and he's singing that song and you know he's thinking about his wife, who'd recently departed.?

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It doesn't get any richer than that. So to me it's just one of those reminders of how powerful music can be in your life." (from The Perfect Thing)

(他去世之後,我上去看Jhonnny Cash所有那些東西,我聽著這個歌。我以前從來沒有聽過這個(版本)-- 這個披頭士的老歌 -- 很美。那是他最後錄的一些歌裡面的一首。你可以想像他是把這首歌唱給他妻子聽。他這個男人,已經完成了他的一生:他是誰,他的歷程。現在他唱著這首歌,你知道他在想著他的妻子,剛剛離世的妻子。沒有什麼比這個更深了。所以對我來說,這又讓我感受到,音樂在你的人生當中的力量會有多大。)

【廖暉的回答(4票)】:

wired給總結的,都在這裡wired.com/epicente

On Android vs. iOS

「It is worthwhile to remember that open systems don』t always win. Open versus closed is a smokescreen. Google likes to characterize Android as open and iOS as closed. We think this is disingenuous.」?

— In October 2010, talking to analysts about the challenge from Google』s Android, which Apple perceived as a stab in the back by Google』s then-CEO Eric Schmidt — a member of Apple』s board of directors.?Hark?Oct. 18, 2010.

「Don』t be evil is a load of crap.」?

— In January 2010 townhall with Apple employees, Jobs tore into Google for getting into the smartphone business, saying Google got into smartphones, and Apple didn』t get into search.?Wired?Jan. 30, 2010.

「What about 2011? Is it going to be the year of the copycats?」?

— In March 2011, Jobs』 last public appearance, showing off the iPad 2, Jobs swiped at the rest of the computer industry』s attempts to create a tablet in the model of the iPad.?The New York Times?March 2, 2011.

On Apple』s iPhone Success

「Well, let me say something about Apple. We didn』t want to get into any business where we didn』t own or control the primary tech, because if you don』t the people who do own it will beat you. Our big insight about 8 years ago was that it was going to shift from big displays or optical pickup heads, or radios being the most important component, we thought it was going to be software. And we』re pretty good at making software, we showed that in the iPod… other people are good at it too, like Palm, but we brought great software to the smartphone space.」?

— In July 2010, at a press conference called to discuss AntennaGate.?Endgadget?July 16, 2010.

On Innovation and Design

「Do we have what it takes to establish a third category of products? The bar is pretty high. It has to be far better at doing some key things. We think we have the goods. Our most advanced technology in a magical and revolutionary device at an unbelievable price.」

— In January 2010, Jobs showed off the iPad to a skeptical world, sparing no hyperbole, even though tablet computers had always been flops in the sales department for other companies.?Wired.com?January 27, 2010.

「So we try to pick things that are in their spring, So we have a history of doing that, we went from the 5-inch floppy disk to the 3.5 inch with the Mac and sometimes when we get rid of things like the floppy disk drive on the original iMac, people call us crazy. But sometimes you have to pick the things that look like the right horses to ride going forward. And Flash looks like a technology that had its day, but is waning. And HTML5 looks like the technology that is on the ascendancy now.」

— In June 2010 at the D8 conference, Jobs elaborated on why the iPad and iPhone would never support Adobe』s Flash.?Youtube?June 1, 2010.

「It』s rare that you see an artist in his 30s or 40s able to really contribute something amazing.」

— At age 29, in?Playboy, February 1985

「I』ve always wanted to own and control the primary technology in everything we do.」

—?BusinessWeek Online, Oct. 12, 2004

「Innovation has nothing to do with how many R&D dollars you have. When Apple came up with the Mac, IBM was spending at least 100 times more on R&D. It』s not about money. It』s about the people you have, how you』re led, and how much you get it.」

—?Fortune, Nov. 9, 1998

「It』s really hard to design products by focus groups. A lot of times, people don』t know what they want until you show it to them.」

—?BusinessWeek, May 25 1998

「It comes from saying no to 1,000 things to make sure we don』t get on the wrong track or try to do too much.」

—?BusinessWeek Online, Oct. 12, 2004

「(Miele) really thought the process through. They did such a great job designing these washers and dryers. I got more thrill out of them than I have out of any piece of high tech in years.」

—?Wired?magazine, February 1996

On Fixing Apple

「The products suck! There』s no sex in them anymore!」

— On Gil Amelio』s lackluster reign, in?BusinessWeek, July 1997

「The cure for Apple is not cost-cutting. The cure for Apple is to innovate its way out of its current predicament.」

—?Apple Confidential 2.0: The Definitive History of the World』s Most Colorful Company, by Owen W. Linzmayer

「If I were running Apple, I would milk the Macintosh for all it』s worth — and get busy on the next great thing. The PC wars are over. Done. Microsoft won a long time ago.」

—?Fortune, Feb. 19, 1996

「You know, I』ve got a plan that could rescue Apple. I can』t say any more than that it』s the perfect product and the perfect strategy for Apple. But nobody there will listen to me.」

—?Fortune, Sept. 18, 1995

「Apple has some tremendous assets, but I believe without some attention, the company could, could, could — I』m searching for the right word — could, could die.」

— On his return as interim CEO, in?Time, Aug. 18, 1997

Coming up: His greatest sales pitches; Scully』s sins

「It wasn』t that Microsoft was so brilliant or clever in copying the Mac, it』s that the Mac was a sitting duck for 10 years. That』s Apple』s problem: Their differentiation evaporated.」

—?Apple Confidential 2.0

「The desktop computer industry is dead. Innovation has virtually ceased. Microsoft dominates with very little innovation. That』s over. Apple lost. The desktop market has entered the dark ages, and it』s going to be in the dark ages for the next 10 years, or certainly for the rest of this decade.」

—?Wired?magazine, February 1996

「Nobody has tried to swallow us since I』ve been here. I think they are afraid how we would taste.」

— Apple shareholder meeting, April 22, 1998

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【萬清的回答(4票)】:

關於「改變世界」,摘自《華爾街日報》:

blogs.wsj.com/digits

問題在於我現在年紀大些了,我已經40歲了,而這個東西(科技)改變不了世界,真的改變不了。對不起,真是這樣。有了孩子,你對這些東西的看法真的就改變了。我們出生,然後短暫地活過一生,然後死去。很久以來一直都是這樣。

科技並沒有帶來多大改變──如果真有改變的話。這些技術可以讓生活更加方便,可以讓我們跟本來可能接觸不到的人接觸。你的孩子可能有天生缺陷,而你還能夠與其他父母和支持團體接觸,獲得醫療信息和最新實驗藥品。這些東西可以從根本上影響生活。我沒有貶低這些的意思。

但如果總是以這種激進的新角度來看待事物,認為科技將改變一切,卻是有害而無益的。事物不見得非得改變世界才變得重要。[《連線》雜誌(Wired),1996年2月]

我認為科技讓世界變得緊密很多,而且會繼續讓世界變得更緊密。每個事物都有不好的一面,一切都有意想不到的後果。我見過的最具破壞性的科技叫做電視,但你如果看到電視的最好的一面的話,它也很了不起。[《滾石》雜誌(Rolling Stone),2003年12月3日]

【張鵬的回答(2票)】:

如需要他的英文名言,以下三個網站的內容可供你參考。?en.wikiquote.org/wiki

wired.com/gadgets

quotationspage.com/quotes

【陳迪浩的回答(1票)】:

我確信我愛我所做的事情,這就是這些年來支持我繼續走下去的唯一理由。

I'm convinced that the only thing that keep me going was that i loved what i did.

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你的時間有限,所以不要浪費時間活在別人的生活裡。

you time is limited,so don't waste it in someone else's life.

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????? 這兩句是對我影響最大的兩句,告訴我們一要做自己真正覺得有意義的事;二是過自己有意義的人生。

【李豪斯的回答(1票)】:

We try to use the talents we do have to express our deep feelings, to show our appreciation of all the contributions that came before us, and to add something to that flow. That』s what has driven me.

-----喬布斯談內心的驅動力

【legendsland的回答(1票)】:

好吧,看大家都這樣謙虛,我說一個:

這是狗屁!

【劉先鵬的回答(0票)】:

活著就為改變世界 (有本書的中文譯名也叫這個,喬布斯的傳記)

英文原話是 We're here to put a dent in the universe. Otherwise why even be here?

【Jianlong Liu的回答(0票)】:

"This [Google] 'Don't be evil' Mantra... It's bullshit! " 這句不知道是不是!

【常亞倫的回答(0票)】:

今天,是最後一天,你會做什麼!?

【鍾鵬飛的回答(0票)】:

有時候人們會擔心自己將會失去某些東西。記住自己將要死去,這是我所知道的避免這個念頭的最好辦法。你已經無牽掛,沒有理由不去追隨你的心。

【BigWong的回答(0票)】:

求知若渴 虛心若愚

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過程既是獎勵

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能工攀其型 巧匠攝其魂

【肖歡的回答(1票)】:

好的藝術家複製,偉大的藝術家盜竊。這句話是畢加索說的,只是喬布斯年輕的時候說過這句話。

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