Wednesday, October 5, 2011

A Visionary Lost

We have lost one of the worlds greatest visionaries. Lost to cancer, Steve Jobs was without doubt someone who had a vision of what consumers wanted, built it and presented it in a way that made us want it. I have never had the Mac or IPhone or IPad but I do own an IPod and I use ITunes. Now instead of tapes or discs I have a memory that stores 3,000 tunes and I can call up most any of them with ease. And it is stuff I want to listen too, unlike the stuff that gets air time on the radio.
It will be interesting to see how Apple goes with loss of Mr. Jobs.
He made it perfectly clear that you needed to find what it is you love doing and do it. If you weren't doing what you loved then you need to keep looking until you find it. Don't give up.


  1. Steve Jobs will be sorely missed both at Apple and by all of us who use their products as well. A nice tribute!

  2. The world has experienced a great loss.

  3. Like you, I don't use any Apple products except iTunes and my iPod. My iPod is one of my favorite accessories, for the reasons you mentioned. In addition to music, I also download free podcasts of several radio broadcasts. I always have the iPod with me!

  4. nice tribute to a man who evolutioned the word 'apple'!!..we are proud owners of Iphones..Ipods..and an Itunes account..thank you Mr. in peace..