Other inductees include Earl Warren, Jonas Salk, actors John Wayne and Milton Berle and baseball greats Willie Mays and Jackie Robinson.
What's surprising is that Jobs is only the second person from the tech industry ever to be inducted (David Packard was among last year's inaugural class.) Sure, Jobs has earned a spot amongst the all-time top minds in Silicon Valley, but does he really deserve to be inducted into any hall of fame before the likes of Bill Hewlett, Robert Noyce, or even Steve Wozniak?
As much as Saint Stevie has done for computing, he did it on a foundation built by many other brilliant minds. Hopefully he acknowledges that when he takes the podium.
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