Discussion in 'General Board' started by scooter, Oct 6, 2011.
Gosh, 56, it's no age and to leave a wife and kids behind too.
legend in his own lunchtime
very young but achieved so much
money and power can't keep the grim reaper away
we all have one crack at it
Wow, I knew he was very ill, but was still shocked when I saw this on the BBC site. R.I.P.
Not so sure Guy, 7 years with pancreatic cancer is almost unheard of. That is an awesome achievement and his part against the most deadly cancer of them all.
A fantastic all rounder, business, technical, design and a down to earth chap.
RIP that man
Too true. Swayze lasted less than 2 years, which is more the norm.
RIP to one of the greatest brains in computer history.
And stayed at the helm right up to August - showed his work ethic
tremendous loss to the world. Let's hope his death inspires others to take on some of what he worked for.
Yes, very sad.
RIP Steve jobs, legend!
Very sad. I've never been an Apple computer user, but we're an iPhone household and use them every single day. RIP Steve.
you're still with us aren't you Dale????
A sad day for the tech industry. R.I.P. Steve
Whilst I was never the biggest fan of his products his vision and drive influenced the tech industry immensely he'll be missed RIP Mr Jobs.
He was such an inspiration - proof that one person can change the world forever.
Plus one person with a so-called crap deal of a start in life. Being an orphan and college drop out, his attitude of "can do" should be seen as proof by many.
Steve Jobs was a true Inspiration
Steve Jobs was a true Inspiration to many, such a loss to technology and his family.
My thoughts are with his family and friends, I agree with others comments, 7 years with one of the most aggressive cancers is a sign of his will and strength.
A truly sad day. RIP Steve.
Anyone else seen the apple homepage?
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