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Oct 5, 2011

Kind of a sad day, don't you think?

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I was never an Apple fanboy, or a Mac guy. Yet the news about the death of Steve Jobs have made me sad.

Sad for the lost a fascinating person who shaped technology, and sad in a very egoistic way for not having the option to enjoy more of his brilliant shows and the amazing products Apple has made recently. Yes. Very egoistic, I know, but think about what else we could have seen in, say, 3, 4, 6, 8 years, coming from Apple and Steve…

I assume many of you believed he may come back, healthy, back in business, in yet another heroic comeback. I did… Too bad it didn't happen.

Yesterday after the disappointing iPhone 4S announcement, many people used the term: "and end of an era" for Apple. Today it really happened…



4 comments:

Alexander said...

May God rest his soul in peace! He was a great man and a real talent!

Melony@Yeast Infection Home Remedy said...

Hey Alexander,

I'm just like you, I have never owned an apple product but I was still very impressed with all the products he created.

I really think it's crazy how he passed the day after iPhone 5 came out. RIP Steve Jobs, the modern day Thomas Edison.

Pricewise Events said...

I was never an Apple or Mac Lady, too, but yes, I too was very saddened with the news that Steve Jobs had already passed away. I even can't help but cry when I saw photos of people putting flowers at the doors of Apple stores and lighting candles through their iPads and iPhones.

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Steve Jobs will always be remembered. Everybody mourned over his passing and the world is now one less of a genius.

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