Steve Jobs Dead, Apple Co-founder – Tribute

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Steve jobs is dead! That was the latest information from the family of the one time chief executive officer of Apple, the modern technology giant. Yesterday, the new broke that Steve Jobs gave up the ghost due to some illness, which is believed to be Cancer. After the announcement of his passing away, millions of people all over the world has been searching the internet to confirm if the information is true or if it is not.

Steve, in his early life, was the brain behind Macintosh computer and all Apple’s products. He is an innovative and powerful thinker. A master when it comes to staying on top of the world by protecting his company. He can do anything to make sure that his company, Apple does not slip in product launching and backing up.

Immediately after his family officially announced his death, the Apple’s team changed the homepage of their site which is Apple.com. They show the sign of respect for the man who believes that nothing is impossible if you know what you are doing.

Earlier today, the article on Steve job was published here on techatlast about his life and death. In the article are details of his lifestyle – how he relates with people, how innovative he’s and some other things.

On Apple’s website, after clicking n Steve’s image, you will be sent to a place where you can sign your own commemoration with the man. If you wanted to do that as well, you can follow the instruction below:

“If you would like to share your thoughts, memories, and condolences, please email rememberingsteve@apple.com

Thanks for reading.

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Olawale Daniel is a business builder and psychologist, a network marketing professional, a world-class motivational speaker, a successful internet entrepreneur and a digital media strategist interested in all things mobile and digital — start-ups, media, branding. He started TechAtLast back in 2010 as a platform to quench his thirst for latest technologies. As a motivational speaker and author, Olawale has published several motivational and personal development books and he's currently working on "SUCCESS AHEAD - Don't Quit" which is billed to hit the stand by Q4 of the year. He writes regularly on his personal website on motivation and personal lifestyle and tips for network marketing success, OlawaleDaniel.com. His latest book on How to Sponsor More People in Your Network Marketing Business is still one of the best sellers in its category. He's presently working as a Health and Wellness consultant at BURN SLIM TRIM Inc., a firm that helps people regain their perfect lifestyle through state-of-the-art recent discoveries way back from nature. He's also the brain behind FOBCourse, a business university for startup entrepreneurs in Africa.

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  1. STEVE THE GEEK

    I am quite aware of the extent to which millions of people across the world are attached to Apple’s “i-gadget” family (almost like an adaptor, connector, or charger), and can therefore sense the depths of their shock and sense of disconnect at the tragic passing of the “i-guru” Steven Paul Jobs. In fact, many of them received the news of Steve’s death on one of his own inventions, which made their grief all the more poignant. Although I am an unrepentant and incorrigible “i-illiterate,” I found myself inescapably drawn to Steve, back in the late 1980s, when I saw the first Mac of my life at a DTP bureau in a city in southern India. Mac’s GUI, mouse, feather-touch keyboard (“Life is smoother since we can touch instead of push”], and several other snazzy features struck me like some strange magic, and I can recall times when Mac was the apple of the computer world’s eye, and its SA (Sex Appeal) and price-tag were so high that snobs would carry a Mac just to make a fashion statement. But, in my case, more than the machine itself, its maker mesmerized me, and Steve breaking conventions impressed me more than Steve making inventions. Steve’s traumatic early childhood experiences, particularly his unwed parents putting him up for adoption; his dropping out of college; his garage start-up; his conversion to Zen Buddhism (and consequent head-shaving); his counterculture experiments; his dismissal from his own Apple Inc.; his counter-challenge to cancer (the rebel’s own cells rebelled against him, and in the beginning, he shunned mainstream medicine) — there was nothing about him, in style as well as substance, that was not sensational. In my view, Steve was more an iConoclast than an iCon, and I loved seeing him defying tradition more than defining tastes & trends. To me, Steve was essentially a person of transterrestrial brilliance and a proto-specimen of a technological civilization to come.
    What “NeXT”? Maybe some insanely ingenious nerds will keep Steve-the-Geek’s inventive legacy alive, and present the world with i-peds, i-pids, i-puds, and other game-changing gizmos to carry users’ sensory experiences still deeper. But, I personally look forward to the advent of a “pan-creative” Steve-like genius who can present a cure for pancreatic and other pernicious cancers. Also, I anxiously anticipate the emergence a Pixar that can physically reanimate the likes of Steve Jobs!

    It is now time to wish “RIP” to Steve, but I refrain from doing so, because I know Steve is not the type to ever “rest in peace.” Indeed, he will already be trying to i-connect to his successors from his pad in “outer cyberspace,” and he will stay logged in to the memory systems of his countless fans and will continue to inspire them as long as history lasts.

    Live hungrily, foolishly – and dangerously,

    c.ta.rom, India.

    * It may be worth noting here that “Job” is the protagonist of an Old Testament parable of the righteous sufferer. Steven means “crown, garland and honour” in Greek, and St. Stephen is revered as the first martyr of the Christian Church.

    * Just like Randy Pausch delivering his famous “Last Lecture” at Carnegie Mellon, Steve Jobs presented an immortal Graduation Commencement Address at Stanford University in 2005. Some of the lines of this Address bear reproduction here: “… don’t waste it (your time) living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.”

    c.ta.rom, India.

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