for Steve Job… A massive roundup.




Obama says Jobs visionary, great American innovator

from Hurriyet Dailynews by REUTERS

‘Steve was among the greatest of American innovators – brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it,’ Obama said.

The missing piece of Apple

by hahanu
Your time is limited, so don?t waste it living someone else?s life. Don?t be trapped by dogma ? which is living with the results of other people?s thinking. Don?t let the noise of others? opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.
Steve Jobs 1955-2011. R.I.P man.

Bir Efsane Steve Jobs?un Unutulmaz Anları [VİDEO] [Güncellendi]

from Webrazzi by Arda Kutsal

Apple?ın efsanevi kurucusu Steve Jobs yıllardır mücadele ettiği penkreas kanseri sebebiyle bir süredir hastanede tedavi görüyordu. Bu sebeple de Ağustos ayında Apple?ın CEO?luğundan istifa edip, yerini COO görevini sürdürmekte olan Tim Cook?a bırakmıştı. Apple yönetimi tarafından Steve Jobs?un bugün tedavi gördüğü hastanede hayatını kaybettiği duyuruldu.

Apple?s Board of Directors on Steve Jobs

by Ben Parr

Steve Jobs, 1955-2011: The Web Remembers

by Emily Banks

Bill Gates: ?I Will Miss Steve Immensely?

by Ben Parr

RIP Steve Jobs: Share Your Condolences [OPEN THREAD]

by Meghan Peters

Steve Jobs Remembered: 10 of His Most Magical Moments [VIDEO]

by Adam Ostrow

Newspapers React to the Death of Steve Jobs [PICS]

by Charlie White

Google Founders: Steve Jobs Was an Inspiration

by Ben Parr

Mark Zuckerberg Pays Tribute to Steve Jobs

by Adam Ostrow

President Obama on Steve Jobs: ?The World Has Lost a Visionary?

by Ben Parr

Disney CEO: ?Jobs Was Such an Original?

by Christina Warren

Google?s Homepage Pays Tribute to Steve Jobs

by Adam Ostrow

Steve Jobs: Goodbye to an Icon

by Lance Ulanoff

15 Inspirational Steve Jobs Quotes

by Meghan Peters

Memories Of Steve Jobs: Interviews & Inspiration

by Chris Taylor

Web Mourns Steve Jobs?s Passing, Yahoo Acquisition Rumors: Today?s Top Stories

by Lauren Indvik

Steve Jobs?s Other Amazing Companies: NeXT and Pixar

by Stan Schroeder

Steve Wozniak on Steve Jobs [VIDEOS]

by Ben Parr

Interview with early Apple employee Daniel Kottke

by Mark Frauenfelder

Remembering Steve Jobs: how those who covered his life observed his death.

by Xeni Jardin

A brief roundup of some of the pieces observing the passing of Steve Jobs, by journalists who covered Apple and Jobs, and peers who knew him.

Steven Levy’s piece in Wired was beautiful. Levy first interviewed Jobs in the mid-1980s.

Andy Warhol’s Apple Macintosh print

by David Pescovitz

Ten Great Steve Jobs Quotes

by Allen Stern

By now you know that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died yesterday. His touch on the world was amazingly huge. His touch will live on within Apple and his ability to captivate an audience is something we will talk about for years and decades to come.

Steve Jobs Passed Away: Lessons Learned

by Daniel Scocco

EFF Mourns the Loss of Steve Jobs

by ssteele
EFF joins millions around the world in mourning the passing of Steve Jobs. Steve was an extraordinary innovator who changed how we think about, develop, use, and experience new technologies, music, and ideas. While we’ve sometimes found ourselves frustrated with some of Apple’s business strategies, we here at EFF have always had tremendous respect for Steve’s creative genius and commitment to making products that were powerful, accessible, and elegant. His imagination and vision changed the world. He will be missed.

Africa: R.I.P Steve Jobs, You Will be Missed

by Ndesanjo Macha
The co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011. African bloggers have taken time to pay tribute and remember his contribution to the world of technology.

Brazil: Different Perspectives on Steve Jobs’ Work

by Raphael Tsavkko Garcia
As the world mourns the death of Steve Jobs, the Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff illustrates another side of the entrepreneur. The same does Rodrigo Savazoni, on the blog Trezentos, saying [pt] that Jobs was the number one enemy of collaboration.

End Of An Era: Talk and Tribute to Steve Jobs Through Social Media

from Sysomos Blog by Sheldon Levine
Last night I was sitting down to write a blog post about the sentiment around Apple?s iPhone event that happened on Tuesday (which wasn?t nearly as bad as you would have thought by looking at the tweets I saw in my stream). But just as I sat down to write I took a quick peek at my Twitter stream and couldn?t believe what I saw. Steve Jobs, founder and long time CEO of Apple and inspiration to geeks everywhere had passed away. I didn?t know if it was one of those Twitter rumors or not, but a quick visit to confirmed that for the second time in almost as many months I?d have to do a last minute change on what I would write about because of news about Steve Jobs.

Remembering Steve Jobs

from by Jason Kottke

I am incredibly sad this morning. Why am I, why are we, feeling this so intensely? I have some thoughts about that but not for now. For now, I’m just going to share some of the things I’ve been reading and watching about Jobs. And after that, I think I’m done here for the day and will move on to spend some time building my little thingthat I’m trying to make insanely great.

Without Steve Jobs: The Pixar Story

from Mashable! by Lance Ulanoff

One More Thing: Classic Steve Jobs Surprise Announcements

from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder

Steve Jobs Eulogy by ?Last True Hacker? Goes Too Far

by Christina Warren

The reaction to Steve Jobs?s death from most members of the technology establishment ? including Bill GatesMark Zuckerberg and the founders of Google ? has been dignified, heartfelt and respectful.

Those adjectives do not apply to the reaction of Richard M. Stallman, the leader of the free software movement and the so-called ?last true hacker,? who responded in a different way.

On his personal political blog, Stallman remembers Jobs as ?The pioneer of the computer as a jail made cool,? and remarks that ?I?m not glad he?s dead but I?m glad he?s gone.?

Steve Jobs? Secret Formula: How He Won Over Critics, Scored 317 Patents & Changed the World

by Ben Parr

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