Kids these days.

"Here’s to the Crazy Ones"

Never before aired 1997 Apple Think Different commercial narrated by Steve Jobs himself.

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STEVE JOBS AT HOME IN 1982—“This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.” - Steve Jobs

STEVE JOBS AT HOME IN 1982—“This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.” - Steve Jobs

The Photoshop Team Remembers Steve Jobs

The Photoshop Team Remembers Steve Jobs

Pinoy lawmaker files reso honoring Steve Jobs (ABS-CBN News)

Ridiculous Resolution of the Day

"No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there."

"No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there."

Thanks, Steve.
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Thanks, Steve.

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Steve Jobs Tribute “We all are Steve”

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This is really depressing :(

This is really depressing :(

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NYAHAHAHAHAHA!
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NYAHAHAHAHAHA!

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Reblog worthy!!!
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates
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Reblog worthy!!!

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates

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Steve Jobs Proposes Spaceship-Shaped Cupertino Campus

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Monday, June 6, 2011.

Monday, June 6, 2011.

It’s official!
Following the deal with Nokia (as I have posted earlier), Microsoft has now announced its acquisition of Skype. I’m sorry but I get excited over these sorts of things—start-ups, acquisitions, mergers and what not.
Who do you think wins the most in this threesome? Mashable has their opinion, but I don’t really care. Mostly, I’m just excited—enough to come up with that little graphic up there.
HAHA! I wonder how Apple (read: Steve Jobs) is taking all of this in.

It’s official!

Following the deal with Nokia (as I have posted earlier), Microsoft has now announced its acquisition of Skype. I’m sorry but I get excited over these sorts of things—start-ups, acquisitions, mergers and what not.

Who do you think wins the most in this threesome? Mashable has their opinion, but I don’t really care. Mostly, I’m just excited—enough to come up with that little graphic up there.

HAHA! I wonder how Apple (read: Steve Jobs) is taking all of this in.