Steve Jobs 1955 – 2011

ESET would like to extend our sincere sympathies to the friends, family and colleagues of Steve Jobs. Steve was a true visionary, without whom the world of computing would be very different. If you have never seen Steve's Stanford University Commencement Address, you should, it's truly inspirational. The third point he makes is that we will all die and therefore there is no reason not to follow your heart. You can see it here

Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.


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  • Johan

    It's kind of ESET to say something about him on the blog I think. Thank you.
    I personally was a little chocked when I read the news 2AM in the morning(local time) that he passed away so soon after that he resigned as CEO. The "little time left" was really no time left at all. So I believe that he knew what he was doing when he resigned, he kind of felt it inside that now is the right time. And he said that as well…..

    I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.

    But I wish soo much that he could have lived on and spend some time with his family, bulding their new house, watching the new Apple HQ rise up, see how Tim Cook is doing in his new role as the CEO (Though I think he will do just fine)
    Luckily we have the Internet so we can read about and watch videos of Steve when ever we want. 
    This website is a great resource for anyone who liked and will miss Steve:   allaboutstevejobs dot com
    There will never be anyone like Steve Jobs ever again and that makes me sad. :(

  • Clay Skretowicz

    Steve Jobs was an incredible thing as well as the world will miss him so much.

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