Thank you, Steve Jobs. Today, I raise my glass to you. You said you wanted to leave a dent in the universe, and so you have. You made the world, particularly my world, a far better place. Thanks to you, my universe has changed for the better – and nothing will ever be the same again.
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oday is the first anniversary of Steve’s Jobs passing, and as a result there have been some great tributes coming in, including the one from Apple themselves. However here are some of the others, from leading tech blogs, writers and celebrities.
Apple has just updated its site with an awesome memorial video for the first year since Steve’s passing as well as a letter from Tim Cook remembering Jobs.
Matthew Panzarino of TheNextWeb shares new details of a speech delivered by Steve Jobs in 1983 at the Center for Design Innovation. The new material contains an additional 30 minutes of questions and answers, in which Jobs predicts the iPad 27 years ahead of time.
As the first anniversary of his passing approaches, tributes to Steve Jobs are already coming in, with Larry Ellison leading the charge, calling him ‘irreplaceable’ in an interview with CNBC.
We’ve seen a couple of Steve Jobs figurines in the past, but they have all been (like this one) cancelled due to Apple objecting. However another one has just been put of sale, and it’s pretty unique. Made by XVALA, it is nine inches tall and made out of porcelain and believe it or not Steve Jobs’s recycled trash!
John Gruber points to this clip on Daring Fireball from a Q&A session at an Apple Media Event in 2007. At about the 43 second mark, Steve is asked why Apple doesn’t place Intel stickers on their products. His answer is an absolute Steve Jobs classic.
Ever since his passing, we seem to be seeing quite a few unseen/forgotten Steve Jobs interviews and pictures, and these latest ones were taken by Norman Seeff for a 1984 edition of Rolling Stones and published on Retronaut.
Politics and Apple seem to stay, for the most part separate, but Republican candidate Mitt Romney referenced Steve Jobs in his acceptance speech on Thursday, stating that he ‘changed the world’.
On Monday of this week, Wat Phra Dhammakaya in Pathum Thani province released an article on its website pertaining to the afterlife of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. It claimed the late icon has been reincarnated as a “mid-level angel” dwelling not far from his Apple office in a parallel world.
Steve Jobs Predicts the Future of Computing, Pleads for Better Design in This Rare 1983 Speech (Audio)
TheNextWeb shares the release of a tape from the Center for Design Innovation, which hosts a fascinating 1983 speech delivered by Steve Jobs, in which he very charismatically makes some predictions about the future of personal computing.
Ex-Apple employee Wayne Goodrich has sued his former company for firing him. He claims to have been a close confidant to Steve Jobs, and says the late company co-founder promised him lifetime employment.
Following recent reports that Steve Jobs’ home was burglarized last month, a new report from Mercury News tells the tale of how Jobs’ stolen iPad ended up in the hands of a middle-aged street performer called Kenny the Clown.
Police have arrested a 35-year-old Alemeda, CA man in the burglary of Apple co-founder Steve Job’s home in Palo Alto, CA. Police were able to detect the suspect’s location by his IP address once he powered on one of the iPads stolen from Jobs’ home.
In a recent burglary at the Silicon Valley home of Steve Jobs and his family, a suspect made off with more than 60,000 worth of “computers and personal items”.
Credited with putting the ‘i’ in iMac and all of Apple’s other products, it’s fair to say that Ken Segall is an important man in Apple’s history. As such, the interview he gave to TIME magazine at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA was bound to be interesting.