Steve Jobs Wasn’t Made Time Magazine’s 2011 Person Of The Year



Steve Jobs has been mentioned as a possible contender for Time Magazine’s Person of the Year ever since he passed away in October, but in the end, Time has gone another direction: they have awarded their 2011 Person of the Year instead to “The Protester,” the abstract avatar for the political demonstrations in the Middle East, Europe and the United States this year.

Steve Jobs Rides The iPad To Top Spot In Financial Times’ Person of the Year



Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg might have made TIME Magazine’s title of “Person of the Year,” but the austere Financial Times has a much different take, and they’re giving the title to none other than Steve Jobs… and while there’s many reasons the Financial Times think Jobs qualifies, most of it boils down to the iPad.

Steve Jobs As Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year? Google’s Marissa Mayer Thinks So.



Running against personages as variegated as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, one-time would-be veep Sarah Palin, the meat-dress-wearing Lady Gaga, the abstract avatar of the Unemployed American and the vitamin B deficient Chilean Miners, Apple CEO Steve Jobs is up for Time Magazine’s 2010 Person of the Year… and there’s one person who thinks he should get it: Google’s own button-cute vice president, Marissa Mayer.