Among all the tributes to Apple’s former CEO, Steve Jobs, came an interesting tidbit from a close friend, Austin technologist Andrew Heller:
After dinner, Steve and I and the baby would sit under the Bösendorfer. When Steve bought the Bösendorfer for Apple, he bought one for himself. So he had two of these nine-foot grands. He would play with the baby under the Bösendorfer when we were working.
It seems that, not just in the field of cutting-edge technology, Steve Jobs had an eye for beauty and function together — something the Bösendorfer encapsulates.
(Via KUT News)