“‘Weird.’ That was the one-word answer given by Apple chairman Arthur D. Levinson when asked to describe his experience running the company’s board of directors since Steve Jobs’s death,” Kurt Wagner reports for Fortune.

“Levinson, who joined the board in 2000, was a colleague and close friend to Apple’s legendary founder and CEO. On Tuesday, he said that Jobs’s absence remains tough to ignore even as the company has continued introducing new products and making fresh announcements,” Wagner reports. “‘I’m still not to the point where I walk into that board room and don’t miss Steve,’ said Levinson, who finally started but has so-far failed to finish reading Jobs’s biography. ‘He was a one of a kind guy… The Steve Jobs that was in the public eye was not, for the most part, the Steve Jobs that I knew.'”

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