What would You ask Steve Jobs?
After seeing the email responses from Steve Jobs, I thought, "Wow - people ask Jobs some silly questions..."
It got me thinking, "what would *I* ask Steve Jobs if I had the opportunity? What is the one question, if you could be guaranteed an answer, you would ask Steve Jobs? I got some great responses from Twitter:
@mielnicki - "Name 3 things on your "bucket" list."
@mielnicki - "What is your biggest regret in life?"
@daveday - "What are your long-term plans regarding the Apple TV?"
@Moeskido - "I want a release date for the new Mac Pro towers, stat!"
@bazcurtis - "Would you give up Apple success now for Apple success in the 80/90s?"
@gorskic - "I'd ask to add a cashier to the Stores. They're too crowded to find help most of the time when you only need a cable or something."
@diskgrinder - "Will an A2 ipad replace spray-mounted boards when presenting designs to your client?"
@mikeeyes - "Barring health concerns what, if anything, would cause you to walk away from Apple?"
@Moeskido - "What does the landscape of big-media networks and personal electronics look like to you, say, 100 years from now?"
@TwigitalTwawg - "Does you see professional apps and hardware as an integral part of Apple's long term future?"
@johnfbraun - "Dear Steve, why only AT&T network? You'd sell more phones and make me happy with Verizon."
@vamsmack "Which device do you wish Apple had invented but someone else beat you to the punch?"
@leicaman - "When you introduced OSX, you said it is the Mac OS for the next 15 years. Is that still the plan?"
So - what would you ask Steve Jobs if you had the chance?