The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has opened an exhibit honoring the life and work of Steve Jobs. This exhibit is on display in the atrium of the Patent museum in the Madison Building in Alexandria, Virginia. The exhibit is made up of 30 panels designed to resemble iPhones. The majority of these panels display […]
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US Patent Office Museum Opens Exhibit Honoring Steve Jobs

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has opened an exhibit honoring the life and work of Steve Jobs. This exhibit is on display in the atrium of the Patent museum in the Madison Building in Alexandria, Virginia.

The exhibit is made up of 30 panels designed to resemble iPhones. The majority of these panels display the front pages of over 300 patents that Jobs is listed as inventor or co-inventor. The remaining panels explain the exhibit and display photos of Jobs. The exhibit will remain on display, and free to the public until January 15, 2012.

How many other people has the patent office done this for? Jobs was quite possibly the greatest industrialist ever. Most certainly since Edison. Phenomenal.

Image courtesy of Invent Now, Inc.

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