iPerished

STEVEN PAUL JOBS
(February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011)

THE CO-FOUNDER OF APPLE is dead at 56. Another reminder that America is indeed in recession. The US just keeps losing JOBS.

Steve Jobs passed away on the same day Sarah Palin announced that she’s NOT seeking the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. In death, hope.

The family of Steve Jobs said the Apple co-founder “died peacefully.” It helped that Sarah Palin made that announcement while he was dying.

There were actually two deaths on the same night. RIP Steve Jobs. RIP Sarah Palin’s political career.

Steve Jobs succumbed to pancreatic cancer. Apparently, an apple a day did not keep the doctor away. May he rest in peace.

Steve Jobs’ death was announced by Apple. Nope, prior to the official announcement, there was no leak whatsoever.

The co-founder of Snapple is dead. I mean, Apple. Damn this autocorrect.

Steve Jobs is dead. This just in: St. Peter just announced that heaven will go digital soon.

Netizens have hailed Steve Jobs, the visionary, for thinking “different.” So the next time President Aquino decides NOT to visit typhoon-ravaged communities, do not oppose or criticize him. You could be interfering with a vision.

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple is dead. Communications Secretary Ricky Carandang and his staff are deeply saddened by his passing. His Apple computers were a huge part of their lives.

Steve Jobs inspired people to think different, and to think ahead of others. Or as Vice President Binay would call it, “2016.”
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“Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.”
~Steve Jobs

Elsewhere
How to live before you die: Steve Jobs’ commencement address at Stanford University (2005)

Time: Technology’s Great Reinventor: Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

Have a safe weekend!

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9 thoughts on “iPerished”

  1. Idol PH, I like how you mixed Sarah Palin’s announcement with the news of Steve Jobs death. Had Mr. Jobs not died, Palin’s declaration of her non-candidacy would have been the headline worldwide. Si Mr. Jobs, inspiring leader. Si Sarah Palin, wannabe leader. 🙂

    Baka po sa 2016, manalong pareho si Sarah Palin at Jejomar Binay as President. If they meet, it will be “Beauty and the Beast” 2.0. 🙂

    Share ko po dito yung latest blog ko. Ilang reflections po about the lessons in leadership we can learn from Mr. Jobs:

    http://rightonthemark.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/lessons-on-leadership-from-steve-jobs-a-tribute/

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