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TAKE OF THE DAY: “Skeptic after skeptic made the mistake of underrating Steve Jobs, and [author Walter] Isaacson records the howlers who misjudged an unrivaled career. 'Sorry Steve, Here’s Why Apple Stores Won’t Work,' Business Week wrote in a 2001 headline. 'The iPod will likely become a niche product,' a Harvard Business School professor said. 'High tech could not be designed and sold as a consumer product,' [onetime Apple CEO John] Sculley said in 1987. Jobs got the last laugh every time. Steve Jobs makes it all the sadder that his last laugh is over.” —the final paragraph of Janet Maslin’s review of Steve Jobs in the N.Y. Times. (10/24a)

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