Always an intensely private person in matters involving his personal life, Steve Jobs' final event was also a private affair. According to an unnamed source speaking with The Wall Street Journal, there was to be a small family gathering at an undisclosed time and place on Friday, October 7. Jobs died on Wednesday, October 5. No …
It certainly wasn't a flash affair...
Oh, you're so going to hell for that....
....and we're all coming for laughing.
I pray for you to have a good rebirth
I don't believe in reincarnation...
... but wouldn't it be ironic if that were to entail working for Foxcon?
Nice to know the WBC c*nts didn't get a chance to go through with their threats
So its true then...
He didn't have a backup.
He did, but someone changed the file formats since then and it's impossible recover from the backup as a result.
Pleased to see this.
It is good to read that the family were able to mark his passing with dignity and in private. In business he polarised opinion and was a great publicist, but outside of commerce he was quite private and an enigma. As a significant public figure his life will be poured over and debated, but his family deserved the opportunity to take their leave away from the public glare if they so chose.
What are you going to pour over his life?
Best way to honour him?
I'm downloading the beer iphone app now so that I can tip a pint into the ground.
I heard that Steve was buried in a private walled garden, and that only people vetted and approved by apple will be allowed in to mourn.
A spokesman from Apple said "he'd have wanted it that way...'
If his coffin was oblong with rounded corners?
Its not the cough...
He was buried in a one piece aluminium unibody coiffin, with no visible latches or hinges, round corners and a white apple on top of its one picce glass top (:
It's not the cough...
"He was buried in a one piece aluminium unibody coiffin, with no visible latches or hinges, round corners and a white apple on top of its one picce glass top (:"
Nah.. that won't work unless you hold it properly.
In keeping with the Apple UI
He was dragged into a trash can.
(Yes, I am going to hell for this one)