10.05.2011

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21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Death. Is there an app for that?

Anonymous said...

always liked him..dont know why but did

Anonymous said...

Steve Jobs (an enigma). Apple will never be the same!

Anonymous said...

Good riddance. The iphone was just one more step toward idiocracy. Never seen so many people married to a device to the exclusion of actually living.

Hey, maybe there's a God after all!

Anonymous said...

8:09----

Now that's funny

RPM said...

How can you bash Steve Jobs? The man was a visionary.

Anonymous said...

RPM----

So was Hitler

Anonymous said...

Steve Jobs pales in comparison to Dennis Hudson.

The Donald said...

Wow, some interesting comments.

I've never owned an Apple product, but there's no question Steve Jobs place in history is secured, alongside names like Watt, McCormick, Edison, and Ford.

Lots of folks, myself included, can speculate and postulate about how to do or build this or that - Jobs accomplished things, with a focus and intensity virtually unmatched.

His life is a testament to what is possible.

Anonymous said...

Never liked Apple products... Jobs was a visionary I guess...but he always rode coat tails until the IPod.

Apple computers were never in first.

Anonymous said...

He was killed by a PC - Pancreatic Cancer

wordkyle said...

The deification of Jobs started even before he died. We're the last generation that will know the truth -- he was the computer equivalent of Walt Disney. If an EMP doesn't wipe out all electronics on Earth, future generations will eventually believe that Jobs invented the iPad, the internet, the automobile, the light bulb, the steam engine, the harvester and the cotton gin. Because the Applepedia, which will be the only source of information, will say so. His legend will increase in direct proportion to mankind's dependence on computers.

Remote Controller said...

This economy sucks, we keep losing Jobs. This is Obama's fault

Anonymous said...

Very few creative geniuses are saints. And Jobs was no saint, but a genius he was. He could take the work of others and craft a vision from that work. I still remember the first ads on radio by Dick Cavett for the Apple II promoted, among its many uses, as a device to keep & index home recipes. When Jobs screwed up, he screwed up majestically - the Apple III. And when he succeeded, he succeeded amazingly - the iPod.

My Other Brother Darryl

Cleverly Disguised said...

I can only concur with "The Donald"...Well said!

Anonymous said...

Meh..!

Anonymous said...

Every product Jobs touted was already on the market in some form. He just had better marketing to his cult followers.

CT said...

RIP

Anonymous said...

7:52, it's not Obama's fault. It is YOUR fault for not buying American.

Anonymous said...

I read Westboro Baptist Church is going to pickett Steve Jobs funeral.

Anonymous said...

He got it wrong way, WAY more often than right.