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Because the computer is the bicycle for our minds (the minds of Gods crown of creation) its infiltration will soon eclipse the common man. Complete, intuitive and imaginative (mans crown of creation).
Cheers to innovation
…56 years old – that’s sad…while i’m not a big “apple” fan, i think steve jobs deserves credit for being a truly innovative thinker…
…& yes, i’m sure there are those who know his story much better than i & could point out negative aspects of the man’s history, i’d suggest steve jobs name will go down well in history…
…it’s only a shame that people of this intellectual magnitude aren’t focused on actually solving the present predicaments we’ve created for ourselves in this world, rather than always striving to define a “better” yet uncertain future…it comes down to those who can afford & benefit from innovations but the gap grows larger for those who can’t…
…anyway, r.i.p. mr jobs…you definitely changed history…