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સમાચાર – Steve Jobs passed away – Jai Rangappa

Steve Jobs – 1955-2011.
Here is a poem Dedicated for HIM…..
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Steve Jobs passed away at the age of 56,
An innovator,creative genius,a magical mix,
Enriched the young and old with gadgets fix,
Revolutionary communication with few clicks.
Did think out of the box, a great inventor,
Started in his garage & built a computer,
Visionary,made information revolution fun,
Lived everyday as the last under the Sun.
Touched all with his gadgetry communion.
A co founder of Apple computers company,
Was a mentor, a leader to students many,
Influential thinker, creator and entrepreneur,
Joined the music,film industry,as entertainer.
Man with such a control, was a rare original,
Baby he nurtured, time and again, the Apple,
Will stay around as a legacy for many people,
World over his technology remains a Temple.
 A genius who did think out of the box,
A gem for his fans among many rocks,
A creative man with a passion,
Apple was his magic mansion.He took all the risks to innovate,
As others were scared and late.
He was always miles ahead,
Reinventing the phone head.

A charismatic man, others inspired,
Apple went down,when he was fired,
A Job-less company got very tired,
Apple shot up as Jobs was rehired.

World corporations were pissed,
Now a visionary will be missed,
Beat Microsoft, and was even,
Jobs is mourned, is in Heaven.

Apple product is in great demand,
By the gadget nerds in command,
With many Apple stores at hand,
The users form a world wide band.

Changed way to listen to music,
I-pod changed the music industry,
Time and time again with magic,
Changed way of user technology

World over young want i-phone/i-pad,
3 years back got an i-phone,am glad,
With Steve Jobs gone,I feel very sad,
People using  i-magic, won’t be mad.

“Apple is about people, who think
outside the box”, and don’t shrink,
Said Jobs at the Stanford graduation,
Inspired students with his persuasion.

Thanks to Steve Jobs for his legacy,
Changed a world with his prophecy,
Brought many people together as one,
To live in love and peace under the Sun !

Jai Rangappa
10-5-11  – Steve Jobs passed away
Bowie,MD

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10 responses to “સમાચાર – Steve Jobs passed away – Jai Rangappa

  1. Bharat Pandya ઓક્ટોબર 9, 2011 પર 3:28 એ એમ (am)

    I am talking about long article by Rangappa
    Steve was a great man ,Worrld has lost a visinary.But what is his relvance to HASTA DARBAR – according tio me NIL.

    USA had Pat CASH,Steve JOB and Bope HOPE Now it hs no Cash,NO JOb and NO Hope !!!!

  2. dhavalrajgeera ઓક્ટોબર 8, 2011 પર 7:48 એ એમ (am)

    Dear Bharatbhai….
    It is a sad news and A tribute to Mr.Steve Jobs by our Cartoonist Mahendra Shah in Hasyadarbar.

    Editor
    Hasyadarbar

  3. Bharat Pandya ઓક્ટોબર 8, 2011 પર 7:42 એ એમ (am)

    what is there to laugh in this.Are we going to pay tribute to all great person r this news here.who die.Let this only for laughs.I for one do not see any place for this here.I would have lovedd to view Cartoon in place of this

  4. dhavalrajgeera ઓક્ટોબર 8, 2011 પર 6:21 એ એમ (am)

    This week’s cartoon replaced by ” Tribute to Steve Jobs”.


    Mahendra Shah
    http://www.isaidittoo.com
    Your appreciation is my inspiration.

  5. www.girishparikh.wordpress.com ઓક્ટોબર 7, 2011 પર 3:05 પી એમ(pm)

    Loved the last two lines:

    Brought many people together as one,
    To live in love and peace under the Sun !

    Steve did the above with technology!

    My new (Amazon) Kindle e-book on the Sept. 11 address of Swami Vivekananda, titled SEPTEMBER 11: THE DATE OF GLOOM AND GLORY! can spiritually Bring many people together as one, To live in love and peace under the son! (By the way if you do not have Kindle, you can get PDF edition of the book. Please write: girish116@yahoo.com).

    The time has come to use technology to spread the message of Swami Vivekananda world wide.

    –Girish Parikh

  6. dhavalrajgeera ઓક્ટોબર 7, 2011 પર 8:43 એ એમ (am)

    We will see his work for years to come!

    Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
    http://www.youtube.com
    Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios…

    Mahendra Shah Tribute to Steve Jobs: In his early days Steve Jobs, used to sleep on the floor in friends’ rooms, returning Coke bottles for food money, and getting weekly free meals at the local Hare Krishna temple.

    Rucha Jani Wonderfully inspiring. Thanks for sharing.

  7. dhavalrajgeera ઓક્ટોબર 7, 2011 પર 8:13 એ એમ (am)

    http://youtu.be/UF8uR6Z6KLc – Steven Jobs

    Photos: Steve Jobs | 1955-2011
    Timeline: The life and work of Steve Jobs
    A shaky debut of iPhone 4S and new leadership
    Photos: Notable deaths of 2011
    By David Sarno and Christopher Goffard, Los Angeles Times

    October 5, 2011, 5:00 p.m.

    Steven P. Jobs, the charismatic technology pioneer who co-founded Apple Inc. and transformed one industry after another, from computers and smartphones to music and movies, has died. He was 56.

    Apple announced the death of Jobs — whose legacy included the Apple II, Macintosh, iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad.

    “We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today,” Apple said. “Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve.”

    Photos: Steve Jobs 1955-2011

    He had resigned as chief executive of Apple in August, after struggling with illness for nearly a decade, including a bout with pancreatic cancer in 2003 and a liver transplant six years later.

    Few public companies were as entwined with their leaders as Apple was with Jobs, who co-founded the computer maker in his parents’ Silicon Valley garage in 1976, and decades later — in a comeback as stunning as it seemed improbable — plucked it from near-bankruptcy and turned it into the world’s most valuable technology company.

    Jobs spoke of his desire to make “a dent in the universe,” bringing a messianic intensity to his message that technology was a tool to improve human life and unleash creativity.

    “His ability to always come around and figure out where that next bet should be has been phenomenal,” Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates, the high-tech mogul with whom Jobs was most closely compared, said in 2007.

    In the annals of modern American entrepreneur-heroes, few careers traced a more mythic sweep. An adopted child in a working-class California home, Jobs dropped out of college and won the title “father of the computer revolution” by the age of 29. But by 30 he had been forced out of the company he had created, a bitter wound he nursed for years as his fortune shrank and he fought to regain his early eminence.

    Once out of the wilderness of exile, however, he brought forth a series of innovations — unveiling them with matchless showmanship — that quickly became ubiquitous. He turned the release of a new gadget into a cultural event, with Apple acolytes lining up like pilgrims at Lourdes.

    Jobs was born in San Francisco on Feb. 24, 1955, to Joanne Carole Schieble and Syrian immigrant Abdulfattah Jandali, unmarried University of Wisconsin graduate students who put him up for adoption. He was adopted by Paul Jobs, a high school dropout who sold used cars and worked as a machinist, and his wife, Clara.

    Jobs’ willfulness and chutzpah were evident early on. At 11, he decided he didn’t like his rowdy and chaotic middle school in Mountain View, Calif., and refused to go back. His family moved to a nearby town so he could attend another school.

    When he was 12 or 13, Jobs would recall, he called the home of William Hewlett, one of the founders of Hewlett-Packard Co., to ask about parts he needed for a device he was building. For Jobs, it led to a humble summer job on a Hewlett-Packard assembly line, which he compared to being “in heaven.”

    While attending Homestead High School in Cupertino, Calif., Jobs met Steve Wozniak, who was nearly five years older. A technical wizard who was in and out of college, Wozniak liked to make machines to show off to other tinkerers.

    The two collaborated on a series of pranks and built and sold “blue boxes” — devices that enabled users to hijack phone lines and make free — and illegal — calls.

    In 1972, Jobs dropped out of Reed College in Oregon after six months but lingered on campus, sleeping on friends’ dorm-room floors. He sat in on classes that interested him, such as calligraphy, which later inspired him to offer Macintosh users multiple fonts, a feature that would become a fixture of personal computing.

    He worked sporadically as an electronics technician at video game maker Atari Inc., traveled to India on a quest for enlightenment and found guidance from a Zen Buddhist master.

    Meanwhile, Wozniak had created a computer circuit board he was showing off to a group of Silicon Valley computer hobbyists. Jobs saw the device’s potential for broad appeal and persuaded Wozniak to leave his engineering job so they could design computers themselves.

    In April 1976, the two launched Apple Computer out of Jobs’ parents’ garage, reproducing Wozniak’s circuit board as their first product.

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