The Leonardo of Silicon Valley

I am saddened by the loss of a great innovator and modern day Santa Clara's Leonardo da Vinci, Steve Jobs, who passed away this afternoon.

If you are an Apple product user you will know what I mean, because it was his vision that propelled us into the digital era and to experience things differently.

Please observe a moment of silence.

1984 Super Bowl Commercial introducing the
Macintosh Computer

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Anonymous said...

A true genius and inspiration to a whole generation - he'll be sadly missed.

Susan Deborah said...

Dear Egmont:

Inspite of not owning any Apple product, the news of his passing away saddened me immensely. I read up on his life and I learnt that he was quite an aloof soul. May his soul find company and warmth.

Hope you are doing weel, dear Egmont. Everytime I see a post here, I am assured that you are just fine. May you continue to post regularly.

Much love and joy across ether,

P. S: Egmont, just to let you know, I got married on the 28th of May. Wanted to share my joy with you.

Zuzana said...

Oh, I was so saddened by this news as I got up this morning... He is the greatest visionary of this past century. I have been a Macintosh fan since that 1984 commercial appeared, I sat mesmerized in the cinema while it was running...
Apple is sadly done. Without Steve, it will slowly disappear...

JJ said...

My friend, I share your sadness. RIP Steve.