Thoughts on FSJ. (Fake Steve Jobs)

fsjFSJ. Or Fake Steve Jobs “they” call him. He is awesome. He may be a better writer than the real Steve Jobs, he is certainly more into what the Flickr people call, interestingness.

Today is his day, top headlines on Google Gmail, Businessweek, the Blogosphere, and ThunkDifferent. FSJ has been known by us few, but today, FSJ is known by many.

For those of you new to, the writing by FSJ is more fun to read than the WSJ, IBD, and MSN combined (haha). i.e. Less content, but more “pizazz!” More of what “they” call simple and beautiful, FSJ is by his own account into such things, ” I love beautiful objects. I love creating them. Negative people upset me. ” -FSJobs. I’m sure there is more to know about him on his profile, and i would read it, but it is after all… Fake. And as Colbert, weekend update, and the history of comedy has proven, Fake is Awesome.

FSJ is the real deal. FSJ is no joke. FSJ’s writing skills are now more powerful than the founder of Sun Microsystems, and that is no laughing matter. I have come across his site a few times, and laughed, but always kind of assumed it was Steve. So the news to me is that it is not Steve, b/c Steve would write a letter to the world as he did with Digital Rights Management DRM.

Changing the world is so Steve Jobs. FSJ is so changing the world. Perhaps they are one in the same.

(Title borrowed from the Real Steve Jobs HERE.)


3 Responses to Thoughts on FSJ. (Fake Steve Jobs)

  1. […] Apple has Wings. Apple, Inc. has been soaring lately. And now it has Wings. It is reported by Macnn that Paul McCartney inked a deal with the Cupertino based company worth, well, alot. Not only is Paul’s new album, “Memory Almost Full” going to be sold on iTunes starting June fifth, ALL his albums are. Now hold up, i know you aren’t that excited about it, but the radio hits are there, and hopefully this means that the Fab 4 will be released here soon too. According to the real Steve jobs, “Paul McCartney is one of the greatest musicians of all time, and we’re extremely excited to offer his first digitally distributed album on iTunes,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. (Please read about Fake Steve Jobs if you like here) […]

  2. […] Book Deal Fake Steve Jobs, or affectionately known as FSJ  has landed a book deal reportedly worth a cool $75,000.00. You might be familiar with his diaries, […]

  3. […] the rights? I hope that doesn’t have anything to do with it. Can you imagine MJ insisting RSJ call him to say “Please Michael, you are the king of pop, but the Beatles are liked […]

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