|Early Steve Jobs, courtesy of fanpix.net|
The man who brought us the apple computer and then proceeded to revolutionize how we live, work, and play with our the modern day gadgets of the iPAD, iPhone, and iPod will stand out in our history with the likes of Alexander Graham Bell. There probably won't be any mathematical theorems named after him like the Pythagorean theorem that we all learned about in high school geometry class. (Thanks Whit!), but through his ingenious thoughts we are a more connected society, for better or worse.
Steve Jobs challenged us all to be more creative in our thinking. Few of us ever knew him intimately, but he has touched our lives in some way and I thank him for his great contribution to technology. While I am not an apple fanatic like some, I appreciate his ingenuity and realize that I probably would not have my Google Droid phone today if it wasn't for the iPhone.
My heartfelt condolences to his family in this time of mourning, but he is in a better place now delivering the iPhone G to the Big man himself. (iPhone G = God's Phone)