What kind of computer does a dictator work on? According to Sophie Schmidt, the daughter of Google boss Eric Schmidt who was on the road in North Korea, former North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, who died last year, was apparently very attached to his 15-inch MacBook Pro.
Even if Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, spent a lot of energy to explain that his trip to North Korea was not official, it is interesting to note that his daughter Sophie had plenty of time to visit the old districts of Kim Jong-Il, father of the current leader of the country Kim Jong-Un and former leader. In this building is found in particular his body, but also several objects to which he was very attached, and which are exposed between these walls with very restricted and controlled access. “You can still find its cars, the compartments of its train and even its yacht exposed”, says Sophie Schmidt. “I was delighted to learn that we had a common taste: a 15-inch MacBook Pro “
All her adventures are told in a strangely amused tone on her blog, in which she gives much broader and informal details on the boss’s journey. Google in North Korea.