Goodbye Steve

Soo depressed…


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Isn’t it incredible that basically one guy’s vision has brought so many innovative products that have become an integral part of millions of peoples lives.

And tomorrow most of them wont think twice about the man behind the machine when they turn on their computer, answer their iPhone or listen to an iPod.

We will!

Our thoughts are with his family and the Apple extended family.

Good night Steve.


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Nicely said!

And thank you Steve for knowing what we needed and wanted before we did.

On Oct 5, 2011, at 8:13 PM, DeltaDave wrote:

Isn’t it incredible that basically one guy’s vision has brought so many innovative products that have become an integral part of millions of peoples lives.

And tomorrow most of them wont think twice about the man behind the machine when they turn on their computer, answer their iPhone or listen to an iPod.

We will!

Our thoughts are with his family and the Apple extended family.

Good night Steve.


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Goodbye Steve. Thanks. You will be missed.

FH.
On Oct 5, 2011, at 4:57 PM, chuckamuck wrote:

Soo depressed…


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In 1986 I went to work for a computer retailer. In our business division, we had IBM PCs and XTs, the suitcase-sized Compaq luggable, and the Macintosh 512K. I learned DOS and the PC apps because I had to, but I fell in love with the Mac. You didn’t have to learn obscure key commands to run it; you could point at what you wanted, with the mouse that the other computers didn’t have. And what printed out on the 72 dpi ImageWriter looked exactly like what you saw on the Mac’s black and white (no gray) screen! It came with four fonts, while the “IBM compatible” computers used whatever was built into their printer.

I’ve earned my living with a Mac ever since. I still have a Mac Plus and an iMac G3 in my garage because I couldn’t part with them. Macintosh computers weren’t always insanely great (especially in the dark days while Jobs was gone from the scene), but they were always the best machines on the market in terms of design and user experience.

All this has been due to the vision and guidance of Steve Jobs. From the time he returned to Apple as interim CEO following Apple’s acquisition of NeXT Software in 1997, Apple’s product introductions have been a series of out-of-the-park home runs. OS 10, iMac, iBook, iPod, MacBook, iPhone, iPad. All from the man who was iCEO.

Apple has enjoyed a quarter century of innovation and excellence, and has had an influence on every manufacturer in the marketplace, primarily due to the brilliance of one man: Steve Jobs. The world will miss him.

Steve Hoy

On Oct 5, 2011, at 9:54 PM, Frank H wrote:

Goodbye Steve. Thanks. You will be missed.

FH.
On Oct 5, 2011, at 4:57 PM, chuckamuck wrote:

Soo depressed…

http://www.macworld.com/article/162762/2011/10/former_apple_ceo_steve_jobs_dies_at_56.html#lsrc.rss_main


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A depressing day indeed.

K.


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Very Sad


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I am very thankful for the influence he’s had on the world and my life, from the products Apple created, to the careers they’ve enabled me to have, to the things they’ve allowed me to do every day, and to the inspiration Steve Jobs has been.


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As I believe in Quantum Mechanics, death is an illusion in the respect of whatever You perceive as ‘I’ is maintained, eternally in the much under-acknowledged Non-Physical world. Steve Jobs’ Energy Field is with us for the long run. Whenever we allow ourselves to be as exceptionally well aligned with the ‘Universe’ as Steve Jobs was throughout his lifetime, we too will be able to receive the same inspiration that has driven this Apple Fatherhood member.

Without the countless blessings of Steve Jobs, I would not sit on my 27" iMac today and enjoy working WITH a computer, versus working constantly ON a PC.

Last but not least, Steve Jobs, like so many other visionaries, showed us that it doesn’t take more than one human being to change the world forever.

You can do it, I can do it, We can do it.

Please say hello to the ‘Abraham’ consciousness from me.

You will never be forgotten.


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