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Steve @ iPad1 intro. Remember what it felt like? Look at his face :-)

The Most Influential Contemporary Americans A list of the Americans who have had the most central influence on, or importance to, the modern era.

Apple I home computer (1976).

This was the first computer made by Apple Computers Inc, which became one of the fastest growing companies in history, launching a number of innovative and influential computer hardware and software products.

Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene. Steve died from carcinoid cancer.  He went to Basel in Switzerland and had the PRRT but still died. Poor Steve. So so sad

Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene. Steve died from carcinoid cancer. He went to Basel in Switzerland and had the PRRT but still died. So so sad

From Mr. Evan Sharp, "Steve Jobs - maybe it's trite, but he's why I'm a designer."  Something tells me that Mr. Jobs would have seen this touching comment.

Evan Sharp, "Steve Jobs - maybe it's trite, but he's why I'm a designer." Something tells me that Mr. Jobs would have seen this touching comment.

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file photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new MacBook Air after giving the keynote address at the Apple MacWorld Conference in San Francisco. Apple on Wednesday, Oct. 2011 said Jobs has died. He was (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

Steve Jobs ~ 1984

Happy birthday, Mac! Remembering the original personal computer, 30 years later

Heretofore Unseen Photos Of Steve Jobs Photographer Norman Seeff sent Retronaut out-takes from his shoot that produced the famous shot of Jobs in the lotus position with a Mac on his

“We come humbly to say to the men in the forefront of our government that the civil rights issue is not an ephemeral, evanescent domestic issue that can be kicked about by reactionary guardians of the status quo,” King said in his powerful, rich preacher’s voice. “It is rather an eternal moral issue which may well determine the destiny of our nation…. The hour is late. The clock of destiny is ticking out. We must act now, before it is too late.”

Pictured: Among his landmark early addresses, King’s speech that day, known as “Give Us the Ballot,” urged President Eisenhower and members of Congress to protect.

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