Steve Jobs, Jonathan Ive up for voting on Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people list

Apple CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs and Apple Senior Vice President of Industrial Design Jonathan Ive are up for the TIME 100 list of most influential people 2007.

To vote, you rate a person’s influence on a scale of 1-100 and click submit. Slide the slider to “100” if you think the person deserves it! Vote early and often:

Current position, rating, total votes, and link:
• Steve Jobs: #21, 78 rating, 490 votes. Vote for Jobs here.
• Jonathan Ive: #28, 69 rating, 268 votes. Vote for Ive here.

FYI: Bill Gates is currently ranked #12 with an 88 rating and 3,025 votes. His page is here.

The ranking is based on the average rating voters give, not the total number of votes.

Hint: you can vote someone’s rating down if you think their rating is too high.

Full list here.
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  1. “CON: Apple still has just 6.1% of the U.S. market share for personal computers. Jobs is currently under scrutiny from federal authorities for allegedly backdating his stock options.”

    Sounds to me like there are no cons, then.

  2. LOL @ Gates’ con.

    “CON: The Gates Foundation has been accused of investing and reaping vast profit from companies that have been involved in unethical practices, worker discrimination, health-care fraud and slave labor.”


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