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Saying Goodbye to a Legend

This week has been a sad one for Apple fans. Scratch that – it has been sad for anyone, anywhere who hasn’t been living under a rock. The passing of Steve Jobs and the contributions of his lifetime will be remembered and recognized forever.  But since I’m a PC gal (I know, I know, one day I’ll […]

This week has been a sad one for Apple fans. Scratch that – it has been sad for anyone, anywhere who hasn’t been living under a rock. The passing of Steve Jobs and the contributions of his lifetime will be remembered and recognized forever. 

But since I’m a PC gal (I know, I know, one day I’ll convert), I turned to a colleague and asked him to say a few words about this tragic loss – one that seemed to come too soon for a man too young:

“I think president Obama has said it best so far. ’_The world has lost a visionary. And there may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented.’ _I’ve been an Apple fanboy since I can remember. I played Oregon Trail in grade school on a Mac and bought a lime-green iMac as soon as I got my own credit card. His products have supported my education, my profession, and now my life as a father. Whether I’m using his gadgets to earn a pay check or to capture a moment with my kids, Steve’s life’s work is part of my life everyday.”

 – Brandon Gadoci

 I’m not really sure I can sum it up better, so I’ll end with the proveribal substitution for 1,000 words:

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