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Steve Jobs was a inspirational guy. Since he started working at Apple, he made the future of technology happen. After he got fired and worked at Pixar, he made that company amazing that they were the first one to develop animated movie. The first movie was Toy Story. After he left Pixar to work at Apple, he continued to fight stronger and develop the most amazing technology we ever seen. I feel that without him, we would still be stick with Microsoft. We wouldn't have the iPod, iPad, iMac, iPhone and many other products. He has shown amazing progess. Here is what I wrote to Apple to send to his family and friends.
"My sincere condolences to his family and friends. He is a true inspiration to everyone. He has shown a lot of dedication to his work, and I believe his dream will last a long time. I became an Apple fan no because of the gadgets and gismos, but comparing Apple and Microsoft, Apple shows the future of technology. Not only, Apple knows what the people wants, but they know how to implement it in technology. When I first bought my green ipod mini, I said to my friends, "This is nothing, in a few years, it will be 10x better than it is now." A few years later, we see a trend of new technology improving so fast that with a blink of an eye something new came out. I believe that a few years later, we will see something so amazing that it will put Microsoft in the prehistoric time. I know that Steve Jobs is looking down on us and he knows that he left Tim Cook as CEO that he made the right choice for his company. He knows that he is proud of his company and knows that Apple will last a long time. I wish his family best wishes, and knowing that it's sad to see a guy who put his love in the company gone, but we know that his remembrance will last forever."
Steve's inspiration will last a long time, and I know he will be watching down on us seeing his work to continue to grow.
Here is an article about Steve Jobs....http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/06/steve-jobs-obituary_n_997492.html