Saturday, December 12, 2015

Food for thought

from Wired Magazine

"A new piece by the renowned street artist Banksy popped up overnight in a refugee camp in Calais, France. The painting portrays the late Steve Jobs wearing his trademark turtleneck and jeans, with an early personal computer in one hand and a sack of stuff slung over his shoulder in the other. The message in the mural is clear: People who want to ban refugees from entering their country could be depriving the world of the next Steve Jobs, who was himself the son of a Syrian immigrant." 

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