Daniel Feeney of TheMacFeed has pieced together a very nice, professional-looking PDF document of his favorite responses to Steve Jobs’ passing. The document makes a nice digital keepsake you can use to remember this pivotal event.
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Steve Jobs’ Death Certificate Released, Respiratory Arrest & Pancreatic Tumor Listed As Cause Of Death
According to Bloomberg, Steve Jobs’ death certificate has been released from the San Clara County Public Health Department, listing respiratory arrest and pancreatic tumor as the primary cause of death.
While Steve Jobs is no longer with us in person, his vision and legacy will not soon fade, and his influence on Apple and their products will be evident for years to come. New reports suggest that Steve Jobs personally oversaw plans for the next four years of products before he passed away.
Tim Cook has sent an internal message to Apple employees informing them that Apple will be holding a celebration of Steve Jobs’ life on October 19th in the outdoor amphitheater at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters.
It appears that Walter Isaacson’s forthcoming Steve Jobs biography is going to be made into a feature film, as Deadline reports that Sony Pictures is working on $1 to 3 million deal with Isaacson for the rights to produce the title.
Funeral services for Steve Jobs will be held later today as a small private gathering, reports The Wall Street Journal, following his passing on October 5th, 2011 at the age of 56. No public memorial service is planned to be held.
As I’ve been reflecting on the life of Steve Jobs and the impact he had on the world, I came across a neat infographic listing a few little-known facts about Steve Jobs created by the folks at OnlineSchools.org that I thought many of you might appreciate.
Time Magazine has issued a special edition of their popular magazine in honor of Steve Jobs, due to hit newsstands later today, as well as digital delivery to tablet devices.
Apple has launched a new internal training project in the wake of Steve Jobs passing. The new project, called Apple University, was carefully created with input from Steve Jobs, and seeks to train Apple executives to take advantage of the principles that made Apple so successful.
The response to Steve’s passing has been nothing short of amazing, with even rival company Microsoft flying their corporate flags at half. We’ve assembled a few images gathered from fans and other sources showing various public tributes to Steve Jobs.
These ten videos all display important appearances that Steve Jobs has made over the years, and I hope you’ll enjoy walking through history from 1978-2011 as Steve Jobs turns Apple into possibly the most successful company of all time.
Steve Jobs has become a part of our memories through Apple’s various events, advertisements, and more. His stage manner, enthusiasm, and obvious excitement for Apple and the products they have product lingers in my mind. Below are some memorable pictures of Steve Jobs through the years.
When Apple’s 1997 ad “The Crazy Ones” originally aired, it featured the voice talent of Richard Dreyfus. Another version of the same ad was created, however, with Steve Jobs as it’s narrator.
Steve Jobs was a man of many words, and one of the most quotable people I am aware of. His words were often insightful and memorable, and gave us a look into the man behind the legend. Here are twenty…
It’s a sad day in the technology community, and indeed the world as the world mourns the loss of one of the greatest leaders of our time: Steve Jobs. Here is a collection of reactions to Steve Jobs’ passing from a number of notable sources.
US President Barak Obama has paid tribute to Steve Jobs in a moving post published on Whitehouse.gov in which he declared Jobs to be one of the greatest of American innovators.