The death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on Wednesday, October 5th, brought forth a global tide of tributes: "i Love Steve" was spray-painted near a Manhattan Apple Store; similar messages were written in chalk on the walk outside Jobs' California home; bouquets were laid from London to Shanghai. One writer described Jobs as "Silicon Valley's radiant Sun King" - and, indeed, many seemed to feel they had lost a benevolent monarch.
“Sometimes when you innovate, you make mistakes. It is best to admit them quickly, and get on with improving your other innovations.”
The first computer I ever touched was from the orchard, you know, the one Steve Jobs helped grow. I was just 5 years old.
Yoga and exercising on a regular basis. He was an avid runner and like to get up early in the morning.