Thursday, October 6, 2011

R.I.P. Steve Jobs





























thanks for teaching me how to use a computer.





11 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

Much too young. A terrible loss for his family.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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KaHolly said...

Very sad. Too, too young! I'm 57, and I'm not ready to leave yet!!

Lori Skoog said...

He changed the world...

Daryl said...

His passing leaves a huge hole in the future of technology .. not just at Apple but everywhere. If you've never heard his commencement speech at Stanford .. Google it and listen.

Thérèse said...

Sad day!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I am so sad about his passing-he truly was a huge bright spot on this planet. & I am so serious about my learning from Apple, I knew zilch about computers until my husband brought home an Apple & within a day I had some idea of what I was doing-they are so incredibly user friendly!

& yes Daryl, I did hear his speech, he was an amazing mind & an inspiring person.

Alexa said...

A truly inspiring man—and, yes, much too young. I know just what you mean, Lily. I'm a total Apple devotee and don't think it's a leap to say that if it weren't for our incredibly user-friendly computers, you and I would never have met. Agreed?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for keeping it simple.

Tim Reed said...

I was shocked when I heard his passing away on the evening news. This is because I didn't know he had cancer back then. RIP to Steve Jobs and condolences to his bereaved friends and family. Tim of depuy asr recall

Kitty said...

I agree with Kay. He was so young and brilliant.
We have all been affected by his passing.

Jo Bryant said...

love this post - beautiful photo