Nope. I’m not on the list My favorite: Tracy Young, engineer.
Construction companies spend $4 billion on blueprints annually. That night, Young bemoaned her bill to Ryan Sutton-Gee, another engineer. “We should be able to load blueprints on my new device!” he said, referring to the just-released iPad. This could not only save costs, they realized, but also resolve another construction difficulty: Plans change so frequently that people often end up working off incorrect drawings. If everyone were using iPads, changes could immediately be conveyed to the entire team.
The rest is history.