Steve Jobs Died Today

Steve Jobs died today. My little family gathered around our computer and watched this video on CNN. My husband and I both were glossy eyed. I obviously don't know Steve Jobs personally, but he's been an inspiration to me.
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Steve Jobs died today. My little family gathered around our computer and watched this video on CNN.

My husband and I both were glossy eyed. I obviously don't know Steve Jobs personally, but he's been an inspiration to me as an entrepreneur and as someone who has loved to witness the technology that his company has brought forth. The commencement speech that he gave at Stanford in 2005 has been a go-to piece of inspiration for me personally and something I've circulated in blog posts and meetings.

Enjoy this amazing look at his career:

Stanford Commencement Address

Today on Apple.com

Steve Jobs Apple.com Memorial Page

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