Two weeks have passed since the death of Mr Steve Jobs. The most established weekly magazines in the United States, Newsweek, Times, and Bloomberg, published special commemorative issues – a proof that Mr Jobs was truly an outstanding character in the latter half history of the 20th century.
Newsweek and Bloomberg dedicated the whole issue to Steve Jobs exclusively, eliminating any other articles or even advertisements. This is extraordinary. Apparently these special commemorative issues are the expression of their deep respect to the great genius, the Artist who completely transformed the ways of our society.
Mr Walter Isaacson, a friend of Jobs as early as since he was at the Times, writes his memories in the special issue of the Times, but will also publish a biography of “Steve Jobs” on October 24th. This is definitely a book that I would like to read as soon as I purchase it, and I think you will also want to have it in your book collection.
I can’t think of anyone else other than Steve Jobs who has so changed our daily life, from children to the grown ups, in the ways how we see, touch, enjoy. Our hearts were filled with happiness, excitement, sense of being entertained.. by Steve. He practically stole our hearts!
By the way here is a good video which I recommend for you to quickly watch and reflect on Steve Jobs’s life and person as a whole.