Friday, 5 October 2012

Remembering Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs (24 February 1955 - 5 October 2011) was a pioneer, visionary and legend which doesn't need an explanation. He was my personal hero and idol growing up. A year has passed since he moved on from this realm. I remember being very upset when I heard the news, as if I had lost an old friend and mentor (the latter which is quiet true). It is because of him each time I feel low and useless of myself that I get inspired to come up and achieve in life.
A small tribute to the one who inspires me till date and whose legacy will live who strove to make this world a better place.

"The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do."

Thank you for everything. The world will always remember you.

Commencement speech at Standford University in 2005. Little did he himself knew at that time that he would inspire not only the students there but millions around the world. Remember initially viewing it being his devoted follower growing up and now wonder is there anyone who as not seen it.



1 comment:

Ananth said...

What is disturbing, though, is that Steve Jobs profited out of cheap and inhuman labour exploitation in countries such as China. Makes me feel like he didn't care for human beings at all and only worried about his gadgets and his profits.