Da Vinci, Edison, Tesla,etc. Steve you have big fans waiting for you in Heaven. Thank you contributing to the success of mankind. RIP
Sad news. Thanks for everything, R.I.P. Steve Jobs.
I was joking in my earlier post. It’s how I grieve. I do think it’s sad that Mr. Jobs died relatively young, all things considered. While I’m not a big Apple fan, I do realize that they did some very innovative and interesting things in the way of technology…and this is all because of Steve. It’s sad that someone who celebrated imagination and ideas has died. We need more of that in the world.
We all knew it was coming at some point sooner rather than later, but still. I’m a PC through and through, but there’s not denying what an incredible genius this man was. He completely changed the way we all live. Rest in Peace, Steve. As a side note, anybody see the irony in the date? 10/5 — iOS?
What a great man he was. Love him or hate him, you cannot deny the change Steve brought to this world of ours. His strive for brilliance and innovation is unmatched as Steve revolutionized many industries from computing with the Macintosh, to music with the iPod and iTunes, to phones with the iPhone and to film with Pixar. Steve was a true visionary who inspired millions. Not with just his world changing products but with his attitude towards life and his words. In a speech at Stanford University he once said; “Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything—all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure—these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.” This man was a visionary who shaped our modern world whether to loved or loathed Apple, our current lives would not exist as they currently do. For this alone, he commands our respect and sincere gratitude. My most sincere condolences and thoughts go out to Steve’s family, friends and co-workers. He leaves behind a permeant mark on this world. From what we held in our hands, to what we watched and listened to. Thank you Steve.