Let the memory of Mr. Jobs be with us forever
  • 56 years old
  • Born on February 24, 1955 .
  • Passed away on October 5, 2011 .

A visionary inventor and entrepreneur, it would be impossible to overstate Steve Jobs’ impact on technology and how we use it. Apple’s mercurial, mysterious leader did more than reshape his entire industry: he completely changed how we interact with technology. He made gadgets easy to use, gorgeous to behold and essential to own. He made things we absolutely wanted, long before we even knew we wanted them. Jobs’ utter dedication to how people think, touch, feel and interact with machines dictated even the smallest detail of the computers Apple built and the software it wrote.

Posted by Chris McCabe on October 7, 2013
YOU ARE STILL MY HERO !!!, Wish I Could Have Coffee With You And Show You My Ideas.
Posted by Chris McCabe on February 24, 2013
Mr Jobs You Created The Worlds Greatest Computer For Graphic Designers, Without You I Could Never Be A Graphic Designer. Wish I Could Have Met You And Thanked You In Person. I Will Never Forget You !!!. THANK YOU !!!.
Posted by Chris McCabe on October 15, 2011
Goodbye Mr Jobs, Would Love To Have Met You, You Are And Will Always Be My Hero. Without You I Would Never Have Become a Graphic Designer, Your Mac Changed It All. Some Say Toulouse Lautrec Was The Father Of Graphic Design, They Are Wrong It Was You. See You On The Other Side...
Posted by Chris McCabe on October 15, 2011
Steve Say Hi To My Mate Barry Up There, Please Teach Him To Use A Computer. Thank You For Changing The Way People Communicate Everyday.
Posted by Valerie Stevenson on October 14, 2011
Brilliant man!
Posted by Paul Bush on October 11, 2011
Steve, you were one of the world's greatest innovators, intellectuals and game-changers. You will be greatly missed. You have been an inspiration to all of us.
Posted by Tish Padilla Alcala on October 11, 2011
You truly were one of the greatest wonders of the world. Godspeed to you. You sir, will never be forgotten.
Posted by Deirdre Casey on October 9, 2011
To live in hearts we leave behind
Is not to die.
Posted by John Dorogh on October 5, 2011
The impact of his live and death is tremendous. This was one of the most influential and ingenious people of modern times.
RIP Steve.
Posted by Bob Harrison on October 5, 2011
Steve, I have a request for you, I know where your going, when you get there say Hi to my beautiful wife Annie, she's "The English Lady." She like you left us way to early. You will be missed, but find her, she's got a heart of gold and a beautiful smile. God bless you Steve!!

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