is a Forbes contributor and a native of Mankato, Minnesota, a town known as the site of the nation's largest mass hanging. It is otherwise a very nice place. Prior to writing The Zen of Steve Jobs
, Caleb wrote for the Chicago Tribune
and the Times of South Africa
. He currently lives in a variety of places with no wives and no children.
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