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Best Of the Web on Steve Jobs
This week in honour of Steve Jobs, we bring to you some of the best of tributes to the man that we've seen on the internet.
October 7, 2011 4:10 by p.deleon
“He was so much fun because he was so quick — he was such a fast study. You showed him anything and he could get it in a second. I was always fascinated by his design sense. It was wonderful because he liked my pictures” – Diana Walker. Have a look through TIME’s legendary photographer’s account of her experience with the man himself.
We are quite certain you have had a look at Jobs’ most inspiring speech at the commencement, but this mash-up of Steve Jobs revolutionary keynotes throughout his stint at Apple are quite interesting.
You may be familiar with some of the more recent, more popular products-but are you aware of all on Huffington Post’s list? Check out this list to find out more:
The passing of Steve Jobs has garnered a tremendous reaction from around the globe, as this beautiful collection of photos will display. Kipp particularly likes how outside the Apple store in Tokyo, people placed iPads and iPhones displaying a burning candle.
According to Forbes one of the top things you can learn from Jobs is that the most enduring innovations marry art and science…check out this list for more.
Though the headline is rather promising, we are sure you will know some of these. But did you know that Jobs’ sister is a famous author? Yep, she wrote Anywhere but here, which was later turned into a film with Natalie Portman. When asked about his sister, Jobs said “We’re family. She’s one of my best friends in the world. I call her and talk to her every couple of days.” His sister’s novel Anywhere But Here is dedicated to “my brother Steve.”