STEVE JOBS R.I.P. ROCK IN PERPETUITY!

October 6, 2011

A LIGHT IN THE FOREST IS GROWING DIM…WILL A LIGHT IN THE FOREST EVER SHINE AGAIN?

STEVE JOBS R.I.P. ROCK IN PERPETUITY!

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10 Responses to “STEVE JOBS R.I.P. ROCK IN PERPETUITY!”


  1. When I first learned computer, it was on a Mac in 1987. What a journey it has been since then communicating with the world. Steve Jobs created a company that became the source for Microsoft and all others for creative programs and groundbreaking software and communication tools. He lived a beautiful life to the fullest. He lives even fuller now.
    Thank you for everything, Steve.
    Patti


  2. THE SHIP OF LIFE
    by John T. Baker

    Along the shore I spy a ship
    As she sets out to sea;
    She spreads her sails and sniffs the breeze
    And slips away from me.

    I watch her fading image shrink,
    As she moves on and on,
    Until at last she’s but a speck,
    Then someone says, “She’s gone.”

    Gone where? Gone only from our sight
    And from our farewell cries;
    That ship will somewhere reappear
    To other eager eyes

    Beyond the dim horizon’s rim
    Resound the welcome drums,
    And while we’re crying, “There she goes!”
    They’re shouting, “Here she comes!”

    We’re built to cruise for but a while
    Upon this trackless sea
    Until one day we sail away
    Into infinity.

  3. Laura Says:

    Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address: http://youtu.be/UF8uR6Z6KLc
    R.I.P. Steve.

  4. Laura Says:

    Check out this awesome graphic! Hong Kong teen’s somber design for Jobs a cyber hit: http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/06/us-apple-hongkong-icon-idUSTRE7952E620111006

  5. DAWN LEE WAKEFIELD Says:

    Mr. Wayne,
    I’m on your mailing list and received this. I didn’t want to randomly post my story on your list…but here were my thoughts late last night on Steve Jobs. If you like it, please feel free to post it. If not, thanks for reading.

    http://www.examiner.com/classic-rock-music-in-national/steve-jobs-and-the-beatles-comparing-apples-to-apples

    With best regards, Dawn

  6. Ken Schaffer Says:

    A lot of print – around the net in dickwad blogs – is already spent questioning whether Steve Jobs was really an “inventor.” It would seem that the answer depends on your definition of “inventor.” I don’t know a lot of things, but I do know that the reality of “invention” is that it’s usually two old ideas meeting for the first time. It’s not the least bit important whether Jobs channeled innovations from Neptune or got inspired by a walking tour of Xerox Parc… he made glorious things happen (and, almost scary: glorious things in more than one field)!!!

    To me the Jobs story will always have had less to do with technology as it had with his unique signature – one that separated all of his works from the merely (humdrum) functional. A “genius” is someone who not only has an exceptional gift, but one who has done his homework — in multiple seemingly unconnected areas and who connects them.

    I can’t think of anyone else who’s presented the beauty that comes from perfection in both technology and aesthetics. Losing Steve — who was demanding – unrelenting – in those demands — is sad. I’d go so far as to say — dangerous.

    We’ve all lost an incredible, productive, force of nature. What we’re left with is production (I think of it as “mess-production”) in which art (beauty) has been disengaged from the function, the producers’ interests – and consumers reach.

    Then, too – the guy’s life: starting as an orphan and working through a liver transplant and cancer… what an ironic fucking story.

    I hope, but don’t know, that one day there’ll be another Steve Jobs.

  7. Bernadette Carroll Says:

    “My model for business is The Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other’s kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That’s how I see business: great things in business are never done by one person, they’re done by a team of people.”
    Steve Jobs– Interview with 60 Minutes, 2003

    I believe that his first Apple store in Manhattan had huge photos of John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the wall. He too was inspired by the talent of musicians, writers and artists.

    RIP, Steve ….You sure have left your mark!!!!

  8. PRESIDENT OBAMA (from the huffington post) Says:

    “He was among the greatest of American
    Innovators”

    The world has lost a visionary. And there may be no greater tribute to Steve Jobs success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented.”

    President Barack Obama
    (from the huffington post)

  9. sue clemens Says:

    This a rare interview of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates at the same place.


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