Thank you Mr. Steve Jobs

@gjabaigar (2188)
Philippines
October 5, 2011 7:09pm CST
We gonna mis you a lot. Steve Jobs died at the age of 56 (born February 24, 1955 - October 5, 2011) Co-founder of Apple, Inc., a couple of months ago resigned. One of the greatest American great mind of our generation today for his contributions in technological innovations and visions in computers since 1970's (Macintosh to Macs), portable music players (iPods) to smart phones (iPhones), also in the movie industry (a former CEO of Pixar Animation Studios), and much, much more. Here, one of the earliest articles I have just stumbled today and soon there will be a lot coming. http://www.npr.org/2011/10/05/123826622/apple-visionary-steve-jobs-dies-at-56
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@mehale (2200)
• United States
6 Oct 11
I have a mac computer and love it, I only hope that the loss of Steve Jobs will not lower the product standards from Apple. He has done so much for the company and will be sorely missed. We will miss you Steve, and your innovations in technology too.
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• Philippines
6 Oct 11
It would appear that the mc computers are the best ones in the market today. Congratulations for having secured one for yourself, mehale. Yes, i am sorry, too, for the loss of a person like Steve Jobs. He is one person who makes a lot of difference in the computer industry.
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@gjabaigar (2188)
• Philippines
6 Oct 11
My very first computer was an Apple IIe, and I really enjoy, and love to remember my younger years during the 1980's era. The Apple computer last a longer til the 90's no longer use it anymore because of PC, then just corroded or rusted not working anymore, but still have it. It is one of those stuffs can't resist to throw it away because of those great memories and also serves as my priceless treasures. Then, just a couple of years ago, when I have chance to get back to Apple with Macs I just grabbed it those chances. And, everything fine again. I, for sure my next computer will be Macs again. I admit, I am an Apple or Steve Job loyalist and fan boy. I have to correct my mistakes above of my discussion it should not be "Macintosh to Macs". But, actually, its Apple computers to Macintosh or Mac computers. And, others also like misspellings and grammars.
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@youless (93201)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Oct 11
I learned this news yesterday. Although I know he had been ill for a long time, but it was still a big news to me. I am not a fan of Apple products. But here many people feel it is a big loss since Steve Jobs is gone. He is a very creative person. Many Apple fans miss him. I am affected by it, too. RIP, Steve! I love China
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@airasheila (5458)
• Philippines
6 Oct 11
a pleasant day to you gjabaigar, well, i do wanna also say thank you to that guy, mr. steve jobs though he and his family does not really know me. as he invented and contributed a lot of gizmo to our generation. not only that, he also opened up the minds of many to invent a lot more things. his jobs and creations will always be on top and remain as a model to the next generation of inventors.
@dollar3235 (2063)
• India
6 Oct 11
I feel very sad, we need people like him. He was the genius of this century. A great inspiration for every one in this industry, very honest and straight forward person. He transformed the world of personal computing, music and mobile phones. He will be remembered for centuries. Silicon Valley has lost one of the best visionary & innovator of this time. He was a real fighter and showed the world the power of his will and determination. May god bless his soul, rest in peace Steve Jobs!!! I would request everyone to watch this inspirational video of his: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc
• Philippines
6 Oct 11
Thank you for packing up a minute gadget with 1,000+ songs, Steve. The current generation certainly has felt your brilliance and technological innovations.
@jasmeena (850)
• Indonesia
8 Oct 11
My sister has Mac computer,unfortunately I don`t have enough money to buy iPad LOL.However, he was such an inspiring figure who taught how important it was for us to work with PASSION.His never-give-up attitude,struggle still live on and it can be motivation for us...RIP Steve
@gjabaigar (2188)
• Philippines
8 Oct 11
You know Steve Jobs was not different among us. He is still a human being like us. And with gifts of being a visionaories that he sincerely dedicated shares amongst of us all. At young age Steve was been in a miserable life. I think his mother wanted him for adoptions but rejected for some kind of such reasons. His mother hardly afford his studies, and been an college undergraduate or dropped out. Though Steve and his friend Steve Wozniak made their first Apple computer in garage). Don't lived with or even met his biological father named Abdulfattah John Jandali (a Syrian-born and a Moslem. Sill alive and vice-president of a casino in Reno, Nevada). Steve co-workers said about his working attitudes. Is that Mr Steve was a dictatorship everyone wanted for inside Apple, Inc, working place. Even though his a very strict dictatorship in his leadership, everyone still honor him. They all believe and trust what Steve Jobs wanted, and he is always right. That's why everybody call him the greatest visionary of our time or generation that make us all inspired to have a better life.