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Over here at the pizza place and both the TVs, tuned to Fox News and CNN, are reporting that Steve Jobs has died. Damn, that was pretty sudden. Didn't they just announce a new iPhone yesterday?
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Thanks Mr. Jobs for making the Mac, the best computer I ever owned.
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What a horrible loss. This guy changed the face of technology forever. Goodbye, Mr. Jobs, and thank you for all your innovations. You won't be forgotten.
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Thanks, Mr Jobs, for the best cell phone I ever owned.
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And Pixar. He was the only one pouring money into Pixar for a while.
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Damn, after so long of working - and just retiring. Great loss.
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Steve Jobs is the closest the the world had to Tony Stark.
With that said, I'm not a fan of his or of his company, but I do recognize the advances he's made in modern technology and for that I thank him.
Wow, I honestly didn't see this coming.
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Wow. This one came out of nowhere. Nothing much to say except RIP Steve Jobs.
It seems these past few years, alot of people have been dying. Some young, some old, but still.
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I'm kind of stunned by this news. Possibly more later. Also moved the thread to the Disney forum, since he was the CEO of Pixar for some time and warrants notice in the animation community for seeing what George Lucas missed.
RIP, Steve Jobs. You will be missed.
This is quite a shock, especially so soon after he had retired. Say as much as you want about Apple, but without it we wouldn't have half of the technology we have now if he wasn't involved.
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Jobs was one of the greatest entrepreneurs to ever live. In 1984 he introduced the affordable and intuitive Macintosh...twenty-seven years later personal computers are not only integral to our lives, but also capable of being taken anywhere. Forget Mac vs. PC, iOS vs. Android. The essential fact & the bottom line is that the innovations of today and tomorrow are things we have because of what Jobs pioneered. His is a phenomenal legacy.
And of course, he was instrumental in establishing Pixar as a major force in the animation industry. We're all enriched by that, and hopefully that will be a lasting legacy also.
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This is really tragic news. I heard about it earlier this afternoon on the radio. It seems out of nowhere. Even though I knew he had been struggling with cancer for a long time and retired a few months ago, I didn't think that his health had gotten that worse. He did leave behind an impressive legacy with his accomplishments at Apple. Thanks to his work, mobile computers are a reality and the iPhones are great phones from what I've heard. My parents and older brother love using their iPods and I love using my Apple laptop everyday. I didn't know that he was involved with Pixar though. That's pretty cool.
I hope that Steve Jobs is now at peace and that his friends and family members will be able to get through this emotionally difficult time.
I've never bought or really cared much about any Apple product. I abhor a lot of the choices that Steve Jobs, the man, made. And yet, I feel awful right now, like there's been a great disturbance in the Force (Not making a corny joke, Star Wars is the closest thing I have to a religion, also not a joke).
Maybe it's the fact that I'm someone who's ignored his work, yet is still influenced by it indirectly. Maybe it's the fact that cancer did him in at 56 despite his wealth and influence. Or maybe it's all these inspirational quotes I keep hearing from him posthumously. I don't know, but for some reason, this really does hit me, seriously rest in peace, Steve Jobs...
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I'm the only member in my family beside my dad that doesn't own an iPod, only used Mac computers in my art classes and such, thought they were decent machines for what I was doing, but I do respect the man for being one of the men behind Pixar and for that I am grateful for what he has done on this earth. I knew he probably retired due to cancer taking it's toll on him. Well, RIP you great man.
In his honor Apple needs to drop the prices on their Ipod, Iphone's and Ipad so pepole can afford their product this upcoming holiday season.
R.I.P Steve Jobs
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I heard on the news this morning that one of those crazy religious groups plan to picket Jobs' funeral because the man had a huge platform to promote God and chose not to. Idiots, why can't they just get over themselves and let the man rest unbothered?
Hopefully they have good security at the funeral to prevent this from happening or getting too out of hand, nobody deserves that to happen to them.
Love him or hate him, the man left an indelible mark on our world. I'm sure he's up there right now wowing the big man upstairs with some of his cool gadgets.
RIP Steve Jobs
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