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Remembering Steve Jobs Ten Years Later

Few people have had the kind of impact on the world as Steve Jobs. The former co-founder and CEO of Apple passed away ten years ago today, yet his presence and influence are as strong as ever.

Students of industry study him. Entrepreneurs and artists were inspired by him. He was a complicated man. A complex leader. And an undisputed visionary whose influence helped bring about and evolve two of the most iconic companies of their kind: Apple and Pixar.

On this day we remember his legacy.

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.

Steve Jobs

The YouTube channel Motivation Ark created an inspirational video based on Jobs’ now famous Stanford commencement speech. Jobs’ invigorating words, combined with the imagery, are sure to inspire you, motivate you, and give you much to reflect on.

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  • Hi Larry, you would love “Steve Jobs, Insanely Great” a graphic novel for children of all ages, by Jessie Hartland (published by Penguin Random House). This book, written for children of all ages, features the high points of Steve’s life, featuring technology spreads for each decade. Available from booksellers everywhere. Enjoy

  • Steve Jobs left an iconic legacy. No doubt one of the world’s greatest corporate leaders, he not only invented a desktop computer capable of doing things that were not possible at the time but he also helped to modernize and amazingly contribute to beautifying the Macintosh computer which is still being reflected through his efforts today. A great and yet very complicated man, he left no doubts about what he wanted and strived to achieve. Yes, he was very selfish and often times brutal with his contemporaries, but look at what he ended up making–the most powerful and beautiful computers of our age, capable of doing practically anything. I love Macs and I love Steve Jobs and will always remember his relentless efforts to succeed whatever the price to his personal life and the lives of those who worked with him. He will be missed but never forgotten.

    • Hey Joe,

      I agree with your comments regarding Steve Jobs. Please check your LinkedIn account. I hope you’re doing well and still enjoy a good cup of coffee. Hoping we can catch up over a cup sometime.


  • Dear Steve,

    Please come back, all is forgiven.


    The Mac users of the world.