Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Wild Apple: To Apple in memory of Steve Jobs, We both went to Reed College, His inspiration and vision & WUaS, iPhone as Musical Instr subject at WUaS

Send a message to Apple in memory of Steve Jobs: ...

Here's what I just emailed: 

Dear Apple Computer, Inc., 

I'm very sad that Steve Jobs has passed away.

My condolences to Apple and all the people there who are grieving at this loss. 

We both went to Reed College.

I hope his inspiration and vision can richly inform the growth of World University and School, like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware. 

Here's the iPhone as Musical Instrument wiki, subject at WUaS -

with an invitation to teach, learn, add, create, play and make music,

in memory of Steve. 

What a long strange trip it's been, thanks to Steve.



Hippy Steve Jobs passes away ...


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Think Different.


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Remembering Steve Jobs: Your Pictures

A Look Back at Steve Jobs

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What Steve Jobs Understood That Our Politicians Don’t

Steve Jobs, Son of a Syrian, Is Embraced in the Arab World

Steve Jobs: Designer First, C.E.O. Second

Steve Jobs: He Brought the Show to Business

Steven P. Jobs: His Life, His Companies, His Products - Timeline

A Genius of the Storefront, Too

The Power of Taking the Big Chance


How Barefoot Teen Steve Jobs Helped Cure 3 Million Blind People


Working at Apple as a Start-Up: Daniel Kottke, one of the first Apple employees, on traveling and working with Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs.


Walt Mossberg's:
"The Steve Jobs I Knew"


Steven Paul Jobs, 1955-2011
Apple Co-Founder Transformed Technology, Media, Retailing And Built One of the World's Most Valuable Companies


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Richard Stallman's Dissenting View of Steve Jobs


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Connecting the Dots from Steve Jobs to Me


Steve Jobs Remembered: 10 of His Most Magical Moments [VIDEO]

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Apple’s Board of Directors on Steve Jobs

Bill Gates: “I Will Miss Steve Immensely”

Steve Jobs: 1955 – 2011

Jobs Family Statement: “Steve Died Peacefully”

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15 Inspirational Steve Jobs Quotes

Steve Wozniak on Steve Jobs [VIDEOS]


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Apple Steve Jobs The Crazy Ones - NEVER BEFORE AIRED 1997


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What Everyone Is Too Polite to Say About Steve Jobs


Steve Jobs Was Always Kind To Me (Or, Regrets of An Asshole)


Steve Jobs' Mantra Rooted in Buddhism: Focus and Simplicity


Steve Jobs – a worthy opponent, a valuable ally


Charlie Rose with Steve Jobs and John Lasseter (1996 - vide0)


Steve Jobs at Wikipedia


1984 Apple's Macintosh Commercial


Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005


Both Steve Jobs at Apple, (and Google), focus richly on end-user experience, with amazing success ... World Univ & Sch plans similarly to focus on end user experience, but as a university (Stanford comes closest, in my experience, in ethos), and via teaching, and in virtual worlds, interactively ... ... Thank you, Steve, for making Apple Computer great!

( - October 5, 2011)

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