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Oct 05 2011

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Remembering Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a force to be reckoned with in the world of technology.The co-founder of Apple helped to make technology more accessible to the masses and was an overall creative genius with the development of the MacIntosh, OSX, the iPhone, iPad and iPod. His impact can be felt throughout not just the world of technology, but the world, especially upending the PC market with the Mac.

I’m sure most, if not all of us have been impacted by him since iProducts have influenced many things with ease of use and powerful products. Even if you didn’t agree with him on a technological standpoint, you’ve got to admire his savvy and innovation with not just making things work, but making things work together with ease.

One thing that Jobs had that took Apple to the top was his drive and vision. He had an eye for making things accessible for the masses and helped push software that helped you to “think different” and made the PC and technology personal again.

Above is the speech that Jobs made at Stanford University in 2005 and he’s one hell of a speaker. Jobs truly exemplified with his life that it’s not the destination, but the journey that makes all the difference in the end. We’ll be missing your innovation, vision and your presence here Steve Jobs.

Like any other great mind, Jobs has left an innovative legacy and would want the company to thrive on innovation, creativity, usability and quality. Even if the road may seem uncertain for Apple after Steve Jobs has left, I’m sure they will keep pushing the creativity envelope and move into the future in stride. As any other leading innovator, visionary and genius, Steve Jobs will be remembered for the things he revolutionized and will be remembered for it.

If you would like to share your thoughts, memories, and condolences, an email has been set up on Apple’s side at rememberingsteve@apple.com for that purpose. May you rest in peace Steve Jobs.

And as always from the staff of Broken Fuse VG Blog, stay hungry, stay foolish.

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