Steve Jobs: 1955-2011

Steve Jobs: 1955-2011
Mike Says:
It is with a very heavy heart that the Geek Trio announces that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has passed away at the age of 56.
We feel that the world is a better place because of Mr. Jobs, and can’t help but think that the world is now just a bit more empty without him. No matter your opinion of Steve as the man, and CEO there is no denying that he changed the way we look at computers, phones, and other consumer electronics. He had a knack for anticipating what people wanted, before they knew what they wanted. Today is a sad day. RIP Steve, you will be missed.
Kale says:
Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs has passed away at age 56. Jobs has been battling pancreatic cancer for the last several years and, though little has been made public, it is apparent that his death was caused by complications from the disease. He was a true visionary in the IT field have started Apple, NeXT, and Pixar. Geek Trio sends best wishes to his friends and family as they mourn the loss of someone very special. We certainly appreciate everything this former geek of the week inspired. He will be missed.

It is with a very heavy heart that the Geek Trio announces Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs has passed away at the age of 56. Jobs has been battling pancreatic cancer for the last several years and, though little has been made public, it is apparent that his death was caused by complications from the disease.

Mike Says:

I for one feel that the world is a better place because of Mr. Jobs, and can’t help but think that the world is now just a bit more empty without him. No matter your opinion of Steve as the man and CEO there is no denying that he changed the way we look at computers, phones, and other consumer electronics. He had a knack for anticipating what people wanted, before they knew what they wanted. Today is a sad day. Rest in peace Steve, you will be missed.

Kale says:

He was a true visionary in the technology field having started 3 amazing companies: Apple, NeXT, and Pixar. All of which made amazing contributions to their relative fields. With Apple and NeXT, he changed computing forever. With Pixar, he bridged the gap between Silicon Valley and Hollywood. I would like to personally send best wishes to his friends and family as they mourn the loss of someone very special. We certainly appreciate everything this former geek of the week inspired. He will be sorely missed.

Ron Says:

I have been using Apple products for over a decade and almost instantly fell in love with the Mac (and Apple products in general). Since then I have waited and counted down days until I could watch a “Stevenote.” He was an icon, innovator and a genius. Seeing keynotes without him has been tough as he WAS Apple to me. Knowing that he won’t be there for any more is deeply saddening. Apple and, more importantly, the world has lost one of its most creative minds who has changed technology as we know it. Steve, you will be missed. You were insanely great!

This amazing man made countless contributions the way we view computers and interact with them. We send our most heartfelt condolences to everyone who knew Mr. Jobs or was inspired by him.

-theĀ Geek Trio

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