A Basque in Boise

Think Different

I calmed down a bit now. I don’t know, it’s weird. It was the first time in months that I got home and didn’t open my MacBook, muted the iPhone and turned its vibration off. Hanged out with my kids, had dinner, watched TV, got the kids ready for bed, got the kids to bed. Checked my iPhone – text message from Diana. Opened my laptop… And that’s when I saw it: Steve Jobs died today. I guess it was bound to happen sooner than later, he’d been sick for so long. I never met the guy, I am just a fan out of his millions of fans, and yet, as soon as I saw the news, I started crying. I can’t explain it. Maybe I’m too sensitive. Maybe you just can’t control how people affect you, whether you know them in person or not at all.

Steve Jobs was brilliant, special, unique, and tough. I have no doubts he will rest in peace.

Thanks for passing by: ↓



2 thoughts on “Think Different

  1. Steven Roosevelt

    Technology rules. We remember Gutenberg but not who his king was, and who can remember who the president was when Henry Ford began mass production of the automobile? The day will come when the Bushses, Clinton and Obama will be answers to the question, name a President in the Era of Steve Jobs?

  2. Steven Roosevelt

    Technology rules. We remember Gutenberg but not who his king was, and who can remember who the president was when Henry Ford began mass production of the automobile? The day will come when the Bushses, Clinton and Obama will be answers to the question, name a President in the Era of Steve Jobs?

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