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When designing the first Macintosh computer, Steve Jobs remembered his calligraphy course at Reed College and built it all into the Mac. "It was the first computer with beautiful typography," said Jobs. (Apic / Getty Images)

A Tribute to a Great Artist: Steve Jobs

Through mastering calligraphy in college, Jobs learned to think like an artist

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Henry Adams is a contributor to Smithsonian magazine and a Professor of American Art at Case Western Reserve University.

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