I had a shock this morning when the radio announced the death of Steve Jobs. The visionary legend that gave us beautiful typography on computers, the one who’s company pioneered computer animation with Toy Story, the botak that got almost everyone going gaga over “i” this and “i” that, the magician that revive Apple from a USD13 per share company to now above USD380 per share and the best salesman in the world. I salute you.
One of the best speeches that made an impression in me was his speech at Stanford University in 2005.
There may never be another person like Steven Jobs again. Like other geniuses, they will always be unique, like the unreleased Apple Think Different commercial.
Here’s to you Mr. Steve Jobs. Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish. Thank you and Goodbye.