Tonight, it is very very very *very* hard to write about anything but this. The tragic loss that we all felt today – we lost an inventor, an icon, an idol, an entrepreneur, and a great person. RIP Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011). I don’t care who you are – his genius touched you, and changed your life and the lives of those around you. There isn’t much to say. It’s a very sad day for everyone. All we can really say is Just, Thanks Steve. and Farewell. I hope that you all step back in light of this tragedy, and look at what Steve taught us. Look at yourself, and your life, and ask yourself in the mirror like steve did every day “if today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” – Whenever that answer is no, start changing things. I aspire (as a lot of us do) to one day be a great of an impact on the world, and people, for the better – as he was.
As this day will surely be a historic tribute day to Steve Jobs’ Legacy & the amazing company he left us with, Apple. I am just keeping it short and sweet, this is merely my thanks to the man himself, showcasing some of my favorite memories of Steve & Apple over the years, and links to some other resources I found that will help you get to know more about him (If any of this is duplicate content from anywhere else, I apologize beforehand, at this time I don’t think really matters, we are all just showing our love for our favorite Brand – I just put together some of the best resources I could think of). feel free to join in with me in saying thanks (as the rest of the internet, and the world, surely will).
Truly an amazing man. He will never be forgotten. He forever changed our world.
I leave you with a link to some amazing quotes from the life of this amazing man.
A Collection of 60 Inspirational Steve Jobs Quotes About Life, Design and Apple
Now go out and make the world a better place starting today. It’s what Steve would have wanted!
Update 3:30AM: I just wanted to link to Robert Scoble’s post about all of this, he has actual pictures and video of Apple Headquarters since he was physically there yesterday, kind of puts it all into perspective and gives you a family feel. as we all know, we are all part of the Apple family for life. Here is the post:
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This is a nice tribute of Steve Jobs. I was amused when I have seen his pictures with the Beatles. I agree that his passing is a great loss not only to the company he was working but to the world.
Thanks, Andy. That was pretty neat.
Thanks Monica! Appreciate it!
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