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Michael Fassbender plays Steve Jobs in the film, directed by Danny Boyle. "Steve's obsession is where we're going, not where we've been," Boyle says, "and he is maniacally focused on that, and will eviscerate anything that reminds him of the past." Francois Duhamel/Courtesy of Universal Pictures hide caption

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In 'Steve Jobs,' A Life Told In 3 Acts — And Countless Complexities

The mercurial Apple co-founder helped shape the world and our daily lives. Still, director Danny Boyle says, while "he's made some of the most beautiful things imaginable, he is himself poorly made."

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Prize By Design: How The Nobels Put Artists On Deadline

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Michael Fassbender plays Steve Jobs in the film, directed by Danny Boyle. "Steve's obsession is where we're going, not where we've been," Boyle says, "and he is maniacally focused on that, and will eviscerate anything that reminds him of the past." Francois Duhamel/Courtesy of Universal Pictures hide caption

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In 'Steve Jobs,' A Life Told In 3 Acts — And Countless Complexities

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Publicity materials for Destination Freedom, which ran in the late 1940s on Sundays from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Courtesy of the Vivian G. Harsh Collection at Chicago Public Library hide caption

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With Dramas On The Dial, 'Freedom' Made History By Teaching It

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