Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies aged 56


Steve Jobs has died age 56, Steve Jobs announced he was suffering from pancreatic cancer in 2004.

I have never been a Mac fan, and I love my Windows Phone 7 over my old iPhone. But the death of any one transcends the politics of technological preferences.

Steve Jobs death will feel like the end of the world to his family and friends so I give my sincere condolences to his family and friends.

However let’s not to turn a family tragedy into a media circus. Even as I put fingers to keyboard millions are dying from war, famine, poverty, ecological disaster, and thousands of manmade plagues, in far worse ways. Many of those unfortunates will die alone, unloved, uncared for; their passing will be an unregistered statistic in a morgue if they are lucky.

Steve Jobs, had a good life, he made a name for himself, doing what he loved, how he liked, and with more freedom and money than most of us will ever dream of. His passion granted him the freedom to give his family a good education, freedom, and a good life; in short his life was not so bad.

Let his family and friends mourn in peace, in their own time, and their own way.

Steve Jobs 1955 - 2011, died Age 56

Steve Jobs 1955 - 2011, died Age 56

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About Joseph Leon Hall
I am a Systems Administrator, Network Engineer and Senior Technical Support Analyst and Microsoft evangelist. I spend my work time looking after networks, servers, desktops, laptops, and people. You ask wy people? That’s because in any network people matter. ”I am a PC! I am NOT a Mac nor a I a Chrome”

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