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In die Geschichtsbücher gehen immer nur irgendwelche Politiker ein, dabei bringen sie den Menschen nichts als Leid, Unglück und Tod. Steve Jobs hat das Leben der Menschen bereichert. Er hat — soweit bekannt — im Gegensatz zur Politik nie einen einzigen Menschen gezwungen, seine Produkte zu kaufen. Und so einen Scheiß hat er uns auch nie angeboten:



Mögen aus der heutigen Jugend mehr solcher Persönlichkeiten hervorgehen statt Obamas, Merkels, Kohls, Sarkozys, Blairs, Bushs, Clintons und dergleichen. Wie können wir dazu beitragen? Indem wir unsere Kinder mit Zwang und Gewalt verschonen. Wie sonst sollen sie lernen, dass kein Zweck diese Mittel heiligt?


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"Seine besten Auftritte in drei Videos zusammengefasst", gefunden auf tagesanzeiger.ch:







Gruss

Frank



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Schöne Worte:

We knew. We may not have wished to know, and perhaps it was easier to push away that sense of impending sadness, the awareness that time was short, but we knew what was coming. After August, after the resignation, we knew. And yet, it's still shocking. It still hurts.

Steve Jobs was a father and a husband, and the loss for his family — having suffered with him through the acute, chronic and finally terminal phases of his illness — is simply unfathomable. For those of us who have seen a family member or loved one taken away decades too soon by this loathsome disease, who know intimately the costs of cancer and its consequences, this is far too familiar. We feel the bereft emptiness they feel now as an echo of our own pain, a sharp pull on the cord of sorrow that connects us to our own absences of the heart. […]

For all of us who were touched by his life's work, we feel an emptiness that is surprising in its intensity. Part of that feeling is anger. Fifty-six. Fifty-six years young and you imagine, you try and simply fail to imagine what could have emerged from a full lifespan, from that kind of creative force. The world is poorer for the lack of another twenty years of Steve Jobs's brain, his energy, his judgement, his almost uncanny power to force reality to conform to his expectations rather than the other way around. Selfishly and callously we are angry, for what was taken from us, but that is part of grief too; part of knowing that you had something wonderful that you never properly appreciated until, suddenly, it was gone. Imagine how difficult it was for Tim Cook to introduce the iPhone 4S on Tuesday when he certainly knew that his own iPhone would be ringing soon with such horrible news. We are glad Tim is there, but we are still very, very angry Steve is gone.

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Noch zwei Dinge zu Jobs’ Tod:




Beeindruckende Präsentation in Sachen Marketing:



Der Text:
Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.


Die Darsteller:
Albert Einstein, Bob Dylan, Martin Luther King, Richard Branson (Chef von Virgin), John Lennon (with Yoko Ono), Buckminster Fuller (Architekt, Designer, Schriftsteller) Thomas Edison, Muhammad Ali, Ted Turner (Gründer von CNN), Maria Callas, Mahatma Gandhi, Amelia Earhart (1. Atlantiküberfliegerin, Frauenrechtlerin), Alfred Hitchcock, Martha Graham (Tänzerin, Choreografin), Jim Henson (Erfinder der Muppets), Frank Lloyd Wright (Architekt, u.a. des Guggenheim Museums), Pablo Picasso und Shaan Sahota (kleines Mädchen)




> Was, wenn Steve Jobs als Stefan Jobs in Deutschland geboren worden wäre?







Here's to the Crazy Ones, gesprochen von Steve Jobs:




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Da wird einem erst klar, wie blöd die Apple-Werbung eigentlich ist. Und ich falle immer noch drauf rein.











Nein, der Mann ist kein Profi-Redner, sondern ein Designer:





Hier mal eine andere Meinung über Jobs:





Kennt ihr noch den?



Den gibt es jetzt wieder:





> Wie es ist, bei Apple zu arbeiten
Da arbeite ich doch lieber bei Google.

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