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I spent a lot of time after the keynote yesterday thinking about how Siri could be the first serious step towards transhumanism,
having an AI that will know you intimatelly, learn from you and finally get to think like you is pretty much what us science fiction fans have been waiting for,
anyways, Siri could be used to stock a person's entire's life alla Caprica or ghost in the shell,
Maybe a part of himself is stocked in machine somewhere, will never know. I'm not a apple fan but thank you mr Jobs
so sad, a visionary lost.
It's sad that he died, but it's also sad that in those last pictures that were leaked it was obvious that he can't face his own mortality.
those pics were fake
End of an era, apple as we know it died today as well.
in 5 years it'll be a shell of what it is today.
The bottom line is this, never has a company matched the functionality and usability of Apple products and their sometimes flawless execution in interaction.
And I am still waiting.
Those typography classes did Jobs well.
- My dumb coworker will refuse to acknowledge this. "they're overpriced" - he will say this till the end of time.mg33
- and I agree completely with you.mg33
- android is a copy, windows, copy. Nothing else has come close. WebOS was promising.jon_d
- maybe...dare I say it... windows metro?jon_d
My Elvis died today.
As I sit here and look at my incredible 27" IMac, I am so bummed to think the man whose genius produced this product is gone. He was and is a huge inspiration to designers everywhere to push themselves to do the best work possible.
Rest in peace Steve.
I owe my career to this man. RIP Steve. We miss you already.
BREAKING NEWS: China announces the death of counterfeit Steve Jobs
^ Feckless Twat
An expert said in the news on TV that Apple will be OK for the next 4 or 5 years, that Steve Jobs left many ideas to explore. He said, the real test to see if Apple will continue to be what it is now, will be in 5 years, then we will see the real change.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life,”
Jobs said. “Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results
of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions
drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to
follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you
truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”
remember first time I ever saw that candy coloured mac monitors & wanting it as a child, years later doing pretty much most of my work on macs. thank you Steve. hope they will continue & push your legacy to higher new heights.
Like someone said on the Wired website, he also totally CREATED THE TABLET INDUSTRY from scratch and it is changing a lot of thing right now for a lot of people.