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R.I.P Steve Jobs


newfocus 9 644 2 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2011 10:30AM
I'm not into the whole 'Apple religion' thing and I also think we tend to over-react to the death of celebrities who we never even knew personally, but he was a rare visionary and leader in the industry and he'll definitely be missed at that level.

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LesF Plus
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8 Oct 2011 11:44AM
Outside the Apple London store on Thursday afternoon

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lobsterboy Plus
11 14.4k 13 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2011 11:58AM
That is all a bit weird, the guy just made technology for people to buy.
He wasn't particularly famous as a philanthropist.

Maybe in our consumerist world our saints are the ones who are best at selling us stuff?
ade_mcfade Plus
11 15.2k 216 England
8 Oct 2011 12:04PM
well Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are both giving away billions every year, so the philanthropic tradition still lives on in the states.

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