Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. The Apple chairman and former CEO who made personal computers, smartphones, tablets, and digital animation mass-market products passed away today. Steven P. Jobs passed away on October 5th, 2011 after a long struggle with pancreatic cancer and he was just 56 years old. Steve Jobs was the innovative man that turns technology as easy as we have it now. His contribution to our technology world is cannot be repaid of any cash advance.
Who honestly cares if a successful person died?Steve Jobs was a poster child for stealing ideas and being a douchebag anyways.It would be really sad when a kind hearted person with good intentions dies.This death isn't getting any more attention from me.
Okay then, if anyone was stealing ideas in the first place it's everyone else, Steve jobs practically created this touch screen phone and tablet that everyone now uses. You know what, he did have good intentions and those intentions were to make innovative user friendly devices which he has done many times. Takoyaki you can go fuck yourself. Oh and by the way how does it feel that your accomplishments will never be recorded? They will just fade away unlike Steve jobs. I'm sure if you died he wouldn't care either, Douche.
Edited at Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:52:26 AM
You just killed the nice deranged chick from the juice bar that I was gonna score with someday maybe!
wait...I seem to remember nintendo having touch screen technology before apple. the game boy advance came out march first 2001 while the first touch screen ipod came out in 2007. and besides that the first ever Historically excepted touch screen made was for air traffic control rooms in 1965. it was invented by E.A.Johnson. so no my friend steve jobs did not invent touch screen technology, nor was he the first to use it. it is just the credit that he took for it.
If the unprecedented and phenomenal success of Steve Jobs at Apple proves anything it is that those commentators and tech-bloggers and “specialists” who sneered at him for producing sleek, shiny, well-designed products or who denigrated the man because he was not an inventor or originator of technology himself missed the point in such a fantastically stupid way that any employer would surely question the purpose of having such people on their payroll, who sometimes take cash loans, writing for their magazines or indeed making any decisions on which lives, destinies or fortunes depended. Rest in piece, Steve.