Steve Jobs Dead at 56:(

Krypto

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#1
This is sad news one of the pioneers of personal computing has died at 56 from cancer
 


Trouble

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#2
Indeed a very, very sad event. 56 is way too young. I can't help but wonder what will become of Apple now with him gone, truly a driving force behind innovation not only for apple but across the board forcing other developers and innovators to step up their game.
Good to hear from you Josh, where have you been, haven't heard from you in over three weeks? Everything OK?
Regard
Randy
 


Krypto

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#3
yes just been busy.
 


Highwayman

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#4
I'm sure the families of the many suicide victims from the slave-like conditions at apple producing factories are cheering at the news.
 


techmonkey74

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#5
Very sad indeed and a huge loss for for the technology world :(
 


techmonkey74

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#6
I'm sure the families of the many suicide victims from the slave-like conditions at apple producing factories are cheering at the news.
Ummmmm think that might just be "A bit too soon"
 


Krypto

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#7
who thinks thinks this should be apples new logo? found it while browsing created by Jonathan Mak Long a student Hong Kong
Steve Jobs Apple Logo.jpg
 


Trouble

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who thinks thinks this should be apples new logo? found it while browsing created by Jonathan Mak Long a student Hong Kong
View attachment 16663
Nice. Subtle. And would be an excellent memorial to the man who built the company. Think it's an excellent idea.
 


Highwayman

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#9
iRonic don't ya think that Apple's Jobs was ended by P.C.?
 


Krypto

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#10
iRonic don't ya think that Apple's Jobs was ended by P.C.?
Nice observation highwayman very ironic isn't it.
 


#11
56 is too young to die.
 


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