via Brad Feld
There’s more mayo on this thing than pastrami, but it’s not bad.
You can buy it on Etsy.
From my buddy’s site (he has more pictures & details):
The chef at Benihana was helping me out:
I found it here:
I think this is more than they did for Christmas & the recent Argentine Bicentennial. ;-)
Soccer is really big here. You should see the excitement outside the office.
Interesting article in the Daily Beast. I think this section is most useful.
Sculley says he accepts responsibility for his role but also believes that Apple’s board should have understood that Jobs needed to be in charge. “My sense is that it probably would never have broken down between Steve and me if we had figured out different roles,” Sculley says. “Maybe he should have been the CEO and I should have been the president. It should have been worked out ahead of time, and that’s one of those things you look to a really good board to do.”
Sculley now says that one of his biggest regrets is that when he found himself pushed out of the CEO job, he didn’t try to recruit Jobs back to Apple. To Sculley, that could have helped Apple avoid years of floundering. “I wish I had gone back and gotten hold of Steve and said, ‘Hey, I want to go home. This is your company still. Let’s figure out a way for you to come back,’ ” Sculley says. “Why I didn’t think of that, I don’t know.”
(I got that old photo of Steve Jobs and John Sculley in the “good ‘ol days” from this page on CNN.)