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Steve Jobs - Dead

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Wow. I'm shocked.

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Humbling to say the least.

It seems that no matter how brilliant, rich, poor, or ignorant a person is, that @#$%^ C-Word takes pity on nobody. Hard to say how many innovations are lost with his passing.

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Big loss to the IT industry.

He was far ahead of his time.

Macs outperform PCs but they just never caught on like the PCs.

We will miss him.

Glad he is out of his pain.

RIP. :(

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It's a really sad day. He was sick for a long time and now he will not be suffering. Hopefully he left some innovative ideas behind and apple will survive.

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We've lost a great leader. I don't own any of his products, but like everyone else I am effected daily by his innovation.

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Wow. I'm shocked.

Shocked? He has been battling pancreatic cancer for some time now which is pretty much a lose lose battle. But i will say that man did his best fighting off one hell of a disease. My condolences to a man who did great things to the tech industry. Its a d**n shame.

I wonder how bad apple stock will plummet tomorrow?

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He will be missed. He lasted a lot longer than most do with pancreatic cancer, don't know if that was good or not as there is much pain and discomfort associated. One of my boat mates just passed away from pancreatic cancer and went real fast.

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He was undoubtedly one of the greatest entrepreneurs and innovators in American history.

A great man.

RIP Mr Jobs

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The saddest thing I read about Jobs' passing was this article.

Steve Jobs' final wish: to get to know his children before it was too late

By Guy Adams in Los Angeles

Steve Jobs spent his final days surrounded by close family members, and used his last interview to explain to his wife and children why he "wasn't always there for them," it was revealed yesterday........................

"I wanted my kids to know me," Mr Isaacson recalled Mr Jobs saying, in a posthumous tribute the biographer wrote for Time magazine. "I wasn't always there for them, and I wanted them to know why and to understand what I did."...........................

"He was very human. He was so much more of a real person than most people know. That's what made him so great," he added. "Steve made choices. I asked him if he was glad that he had kids, and he said, 'It's 10,000 times better than anything I've ever done'."

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/steve-jobs-final-wish-to-get-to-know-his-children-before-it-was-too-late-2367355.html

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