Rest in peace Steve Jobs, Apple founder passed away

I’m sure we all have our opinions about the tech world and we can all agree that Apple has restructured the landscape of the technology world over the past several decades.  From the iPod to the iPhone to the iPad, they’ve changed the way the world interacts on a technical level.  I’ve been an admirer of Apple over the years and thought it just makes sense to share with everyone here at Unscripted 360 a moment to reflect on the life of Steve Jobs who died at 56 years young.  It is a great loss to his family, those who knew and worked for him … and the technology world.

[image courtesy of Engadget]

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7 Responses to “ Rest in peace Steve Jobs, Apple founder passed away ”

  1. RIP STEVE

  2. Really sad to have learned of his passing this evening. One of the true Creators of the Digital Age will be greatly missed. RIP Steve and thanks for all you helped build over the many years.

  3. WTH?!?!? wow :(

  4. As I’ve stated numerous times – getting old SUCKS and Jobs wasn’t even old!

  5. R.I.P. Steve Jobs, revolutionalized the tech world.

    @ BPD, getting old is a state of mind. Jobs was only 56 which is fairly young. Dying from cancer sucks.

  6. ive never been a big apple fan but i was a huge steve jobs fan. man was a genious. plain and simple. one of the biggest impacts made on the world in my generation and one of the greatest losses. There are little apple logos stuck all over campus today with RIP STEVE written in them.

    RIP

  7. I hope he is in a happier place and I very much appreciate what he has brought to the world. I love my Ipod for the gym, I love my Iphone and I love Itunes and I don’t know what I would do without these things.

    RIP

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