Thursday, October 6, 2011

THE PEANUT GALLERY: Thank You, Steve



In wonderful, awe-inspiring memory of Steve Jobs. Like so many, gone too soon. Thanks for carpe-ing the diem, Steve.

"Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life." - Steve Jobs

10 comments:

  1. Great picture to capture the spirit of a great innovator. Talk about leaving a legacy...

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  2. I remember playing with my moms Apple IIe when I was a kid... I ha a Mac Classic in college that everyone loved. Brilliant min that Steve Jobs.#CommentDay

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  3. I had the original Mac and many more after that. I worshiped that computer and despite owning a PC am an Apple girl through an through. Steve Jobs left an amazing legacy and a huge void in the world of technology, not to mention the fact that he was truly an inspiration. Stories like his don't come around that often anymore.

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  4. My first computer was a Mac Classic... I'm old.. but I loved it. It sparked something in me. Steve was the bomb. RIP, Lord of the Geeks. #CommentDay

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  5. Sweet picture and thoughtful post after such sad news last night. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. my husbands work place is holding contests to ear ipad raffle tickets. Today..sit ups.

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  7. Thanks for all the great comments on such a simple post! We also forget how instrumental Jobs was in Pixar. Toy Story, Finding Nemo = Steve Jobs.

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  8. I love the reflection in the photo. Monkey face. And I am SO grateful for Toy Story. I don't have an iPad for child distraction, but just one scene of Toy Story (1,2,3) makes my kids all sorts of happy.

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  9. Never had a Mac and probably never will ever own a Mac because well in all honesty they are crap compared to a normal computer, but it is a really sad day when someone like Steve Jobs dies.

    Your post was a really great way to capture your personal thoughts on him.

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