RIP Steve Jobs. We’ve Lost an Icon.
I spend over 12 hours of my day in front of my MacBook. When I leave the house, my iPod touch has to come with me. I don’t remember the last time I bought a physical CD because I use iTunes for all my music. Apple Rules Every Gadget Around Me. I stay giving away all my monies for their awesome stuff. And the man behind it just passed. Steve Jobs was only 56. Pancreatic cancer ain’t about that long life!
*fights the air*
*hugs my iPod touch*
*strokes my macbook*
*hits my wall slide with such reckless abandon that I almost scraped the paint of the wall*
I tried to write something long but my thoughts aren’t flowing clearly. The enormity of Steve’s passing is weighing on me and I can’t even put it into words. All I know is that the man revolutionized the way we communicate, therefore changing the way we live. He is a hero to geeks everywhere.
There aren’t a lot of people whose work and life permeates our everyday like Steve. He is the epitome of an icon. The world has lost a legend.
Apple. Pixar. iPod. iPhone. iTunes. iMac. MacBook. Well, iSad. I might rock a black turtleneck today if it’s cold enough to #payamish to Steve.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.”
We hear you. To infinity and beyond! (See what I did there?)
RIP Steven Paul Jobs.
Sent from my MacBook.
Shoutout to Jonathan Kam for creating that graphic. It’s floating all over the interwebs but he created it. #PayAmish