Steve Jobs’s legacy

Steve Jobs left us 06/10/2011 by night, in Palo Alto (California). Steve Jobs, the one who changed the way we call by phone, we read newspaper, take pictures, listen to music and the way we work, is already a myth. A myth that will last forever

We all know how much he did for the “nowadays” technology. He developed Macintosh ( with new beautiful calligraphy fonts),iMac, Ipod, Iphone, Ipad, Smartphones, he did found Apple’s Company and NexT Computer (which joined Apple), Pixar (Toy Story 1,2,3) and so on.

We owe him lots of things that have helped us and still help us in our day-to-day, such as the Smartphone or the Iphone. He died at 56, what is a great pity because he could have shown us a lot of new invents and gadgets to make our life easier and more comfortable. He just was a genius, so I wanted to pay homage to him from my humble blog. Rest in peace, dear Steve.

As an anecdote I can say that my Iphone broke down the very day that Steve left us, what a coincidence! I will always remember that.

Will Apple be the same without Steve Jobs? Will there ever be such a master of technology? Time will show…

An announcement in his web page (http://www.apple.com/stevejobs/) says that ” Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being”. Totally agree.

Let me share a “youtube” video with you, in which Steve Jobs makes a great speech ,at Stanford University, about his beginnings and gives us a few lessons about life. Amazing, you have to watch this video!

Have a nice day, dear readers.

Steve will be always in our memories.

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8 Responses to “Steve Jobs’s legacy”
  1. rumpydog says:

    He didn’t develop all that stuff- he motivated others to develop it. Each of us has the capacity to be Steve Jobs. How many of us will rise to the challenge?

    • Javi&Palace says:

      Well, that’s true. But this challenge is a really hard challenge of accomplishing.
      Who knows, Rumpy! Maybe someday we’ll see another person like Mr.Jobs, or even better 🙂

      Thanks for dropping by

  2. wordsfallfrommyeyes says:

    I didn’t know much about Steve Jobs until he died. This speech was amazing, that he spoke of death in his third story. He thought he was clear of the cancer. He said it was his only real brush with death & he didn’t want another such brush for a few decades at least. How very, very sad someone with so much going on in their life (like, most of our lives are very average) – that he should die so soon. Really great video – thank you very very much.

    • Javi&Palace says:

      Thanks to you for reading, Noeleen 🙂

      Yeah, I was stunning with that speech. I couldn’t barely believe that I hadn’t found that video until he died, because this video dates of 2005!

      I’m sure he had lots of things to show us yet, and he also seemed to be a good man. That’s why all of this is a pitty. Even if we didn’t knew him personally, we feel as whether he was a special person in our lifes.

      Thanks for reading Noe!

  3. jdlarkin says:

    Well said! I love the video!!! Thank you for sharing.

  4. Well said, Javi! Great post! 🙂

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