It may not have been the news that Steve Jobs was awaiting come the start of the weekend, and it’s hardly an Oscar, but at least it’s something. The Apple co-founder jumped up a total of four places to become the number one in MediaGuardian’s top 100 for 2010. Jobs’ is eagerly awaiting his prize, but you can’t imagine a year’s supply of newspapers is his top of his priority. Although, he could make iPhone 4 cases out of them. Failing that brag loads and loads to Sergey Brin and Larry Page of Google, about how he beat them in MediaGuardian’s awards. You never know, they might throw a tantrum. Read more.
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