Steve Jobs is dead

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  1. Mountainbikermark

    Mountainbikermark Member

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    We tech geeks lost a truly unique man today, at 56, with his passing

    Support Our Troops!!!

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    Writing "support our troops" at the end of an RIP message is completely disrespectful to the man.
     
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    Thats his signature, not related to the post. Chill out man.

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    Ironic that it was written on a galaxy tab.
     
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    STEVE JOBS, hail the king of apple has passed. He brought Apple back from the brink, and gave the world many new concepts and ideas. He will be missed.
     
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    What should I have written it on?
    Without Steves innovation Android probably wouldn't exist. If not for the ipad, the Tab wouldn't exist.
    BTW, the troops make it possible for Jobs to have had the freedom to innovate.

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    I've never particularly liked Steve Jobs, mainly because of the number of policies he enforced in regards to apple "compatibility" with other devices.

    However, I do have tremendous respect for the man, his vision, and his achievements. The world needs more people like him!
     

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