Gallery: Entrepreneur, Innovator and Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs Dies a...

 

The world lost a great leader and visionary yesterday when Apple founder Steve Jobs passed away at age 56. It’s not a stretch to say that Jobs actually changed many of our lives, bringing us inventions beyond our wildest dreams – from Macbooks to iPods and iPhones, the state of technology was thrust into the future because of his determination and ingenious developments. Under his direction, Apple also made significant environmental strides to reduce its footprint in many ways.

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  1. archibernd October 6, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    I was shocked when I received the sad news. In terms of the environment, I think his greatest contribution is to avoid physical traffic at all by using the internet. His inventions make it a convenient pleasure to communicate, work or shop online instead of driving and enlarging the carbon-footprint. See here my obutuary:
    http://stephensonturner.com/blog/see-ya-steve

  2. solidapollo October 6, 2011 at 2:58 pm

    so sad. RIP

  3. Diane Pham October 6, 2011 at 10:21 am

    extremely sad news. not only was Jobs an innovator, but an inspiring individual. RIP.

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