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  • idlethreat
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    Elon Musk is a lot of things, but he's definitely not a Steve Jobs. Steve was a good showman. He had an intense eye for detail. and he had absolutely zero problem using people if it meant he would succeed.

    Musk seem to be a lot nicer fellow. He's pursuing technologies that he has interests in and is making good money off of it. He's got big dreams and he's making them happen.

    If you've watched any of his press shows you can easily tell how freaking uncomfortable the man is with talking to a crowd. Jobs could sing and dance and make geek thighs wet while Musk stutters and hem-haws through the whole thing.

    • Cobbydaler
      +2

      Actually, if you read the whole article, Musk doesn't seem all that nice. Maybe just in comparison to Jobs.

    • imokruok
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      Yes. I don't think the two names have been in the same sentence before. Steve owned the stage. And Musk writes eloquently. imo. but their big picture idea(l)s are equally provocative.

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