Steve Jobs #14 on Intel's 45 most influential technologists list

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By: switchtoamac at: 10:51 AM on January 29, 2008 | Comments (0)

HEXUS.net reports that Intel has recently assembled a list of the top 45 influential technologists over the past 150 years.  Apple CEO Steve Jobs ranks #14 on the list.  A few quotes from the article:

"Intel recently took the time to assemble a panel of experts including academics, journalists and independent third parties to vote on technology's 45 most influential people at a judging session held in London last week,"

"The winner? Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the 52 year old English-born developer, who invented the World Wide Web in March 1989. Acknowledged by Intel, Sir Berners-Lee has been labelled as 'the most influential person in technology over the past 150 years for his impact on society and ground-breaking technology,'


The complete list of Intel's 45 most influential technologists from the past 150 years is can be viewed here.

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