Bill Gates On Steve Jobs
October 7, 2011 by staff
Steve Paul Jobs was born in 1955, died battling a rare form of pancreatic cancer, leaving behind a legacy of some of the most innovative and low-technology products by breaking the man has ever seen.
Since the news of his death broke, his fans around the world have been leaving candles and flowers outside the Apple stores. Some have even been photographed crying on the sidewalk outside the store.
The whole world has led to the web to express their shock and sadness at the death of the ‘icon’. Even some of the most powerful in politics and the technology industry have released the messages of sympathy for Steve Jobs and his family.
“I’m really saddened by the death of Steve Jobs. Melinda and I offer our sincere condolences to his family and friends, and all Steve has touched through his work”, co-founder of Microsoft and Bill Gates on his Facebook page.
U.S. President Barack Obama, who received Employment iPad 2 before it unveiled the world gaped, said: “He transformed our lives, redefining the entire industry, and has achieved one of the rarest feats in human history: changed the way that each of us sees the world. ”
“It was a great man with incredible achievements and amazing brightness. He always seemed to be able to say a few words what really should have been thinking before I thought. Its focus on user experience above all has always been a inspiration to me, “said Larry Page, Google co-founder and CEO, about the man who catapulted Apple from the brink of bankruptcy to the world’s most valuable company.
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