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“The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” at the Guggenheim

The joy of creation is wrapped in the trappings of human frailty. Steve doesn’t seem paranoid or suffering from delusions in this opera. A California dreamer, destined to take over the computer world, his sensitivity isn’t outweighed by his desire to improve.

Taking every step to humanize the journey, the lyricist mentioned that in the process of creating a new computer, Apple founders were searching for making a machine that has a personality. It’s a clever blend of spiritualism that includes Buddhist study, as a catalyst for revolution.

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