Rest In Peace, Steve Jobs

October 6, 2011 at 12:28 am 1 comment

Former Apple CEO and true visionary Steve Jobs has passed away at the age of 56. Jobs had been battling pancreatic cancer for several years, which had forced him to resign from his position as CEO earlier this year. In his lifetime, he introduced the world to such groundbreaking products as the Mac computer, iPod, iPhone and iPad.

Check out NPR’s article on Jobs’ incredible career and how his brilliant mind has changed the world forever. RIP, Steve!


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  • 1. Kevin Shea  |  October 21, 2011 at 4:14 am

    Here I sit, not sad nor content, heaven sent a sparkle as if right out his orchards, not ever known if he prefers green or red, or which Apple was best when either plucked, twisted or the ones that have touched grounds resourcefulness against all odds within reach, not to ever waste the truly ripening of a natural beauty when well nourished..these are truly what god made and perhaps in need of feeling ground again ignorance of the three second rule, as the stars align and the moon pulls Steve Jobs this ones for you..may your numbers be lucky for they so never lie,, they just lay as installation, illustrious constellations in the sky,,while your eyes are on temporary leave of absence.


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