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    Steve Jobs has passed


    Apple says company co-founder Steve Jobs has died at 56:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...jobs-has-died/
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    That truly is a shame.
    I never have been an Apple fan, but that doesn't change the fact that he really did bring about a lot of change in technology.

    He'll be missed.
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    I'm with Jay. I'm not much of an Apple/Mac fan but he did bring us many new things. I think his presence/legacy will be felt for a long time. R.I.P Steve
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    R.I.P. Steve !
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    If you know me I'm not an iphone or mac fan. I'm not an apple fan either but I'm a person that admires someone who has changed technology forever. Hats off to u Steve Jobs! We will really miss you.

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    Happy Trails, Steve.
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    Rest in Peace, Mr Steve Jobs, sir!
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    I've never used any of his gadgets but I still regard Jobs as a genius. He invented completely new devices and new ways of using them. There's not many people you can say that about.
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    I found an old article here on the forums that I think everyone would get a kick out of. Not to bash on Steve or Billy G, I just find it entertaining to read peoples thoughts from years back. Hope you enjoy as much as I did.
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    R.I.P. Steve Jobs.

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