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I too have feelings:

Tonight as I was planning what to buy from McDonalds to feed my child, I learned of Steve Jobs death. Before there was the SyFy channel or smart phones it was not cool to be a person such as myself( geek).

I remember reading how stories about Jobs and Gates latest hypothesis in the early 80's made me feel normal. I remember the tingle I got as I would hide away at the local library reading the latest electronics magazine. In those moments I was no longer stuck in a small town in Mississippi. I was at the conventions listening to Jobs explain how the future of computing would be small systems. As I type this blog posting using my iPhone, his words prove to be true. Tonight we have lost much in this nation. Yet I keep hope for I know his legacy has inspired others to follow his steps.

"Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid
the trap of thinking you have something to lose." -- Steve Jobs, 2005
web • 10/5/11 7:40 PM




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