Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Steve Jobs, RIP

The iMac G3 (Sage) LibraryThing was created on.

Labels: commemorations


  1. kath says:

    The first Computer we had in our home was the Apple IIe.
    I have used the other guys stuff, now…
    my macbook is my friend.

    It is so true, Steve Jobs changed everything.
    Such a loss.. may his journey onward be a gentle one.

  2. Tina B says:

    Seems like this might be the centerpiece of the new LT museum?

  3. Robert says:

    He will be missed–not just because his products were so great–although many were, but because he had a visionary zeal that was infectious.

    I remember a commercial for the 2nd generation iMacs (one of the less than great products). A man walks by a store window and sees this white dome with a screen attached to an extension arm that swivels and turns to match his moves. And when he finally sticks out his tongue at it, the iMac opens its CD-tray–effectively sticking out its tongue. That is the hallmark of Steve’s products–they seemed very human and lovable.

  4. Jazi says:

    I don’t know that much about Steve Jobbs, except that he was a VERY succesful man, although he was a college drop-out. He was and still is a great inspiration to me, because I can relate to him in many ways, one being, that we are both adopted. RIP Steve Jobs!!! <3 <3 <3