Twoppics, taking a look at what people on Twitter are saying about the passing of a technological icon.
"What we see as your music is not in CDs in your cabinet anymore, it's on your iPod."
Steve Jobs was the man behind the iPod, iPad, iPhone, but more importantly, he was the man who brought the personal computer to the masses, starting in the late 70's.
"Introducing Apple II, the easy to operate home computer..."
And so it's fitting that so much of the world is able to remember him on the devices he helped create.
From celebrities like Tom Hanks...
Steve Jobs changed this world. sent from my iPhone. Hanx
— Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) October 6, 2011
and Jimmy Fallon...
Thank you, Steve Jobs, for all of the fun and amazing ways you made our lives better....Sent from my iPhone.
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) October 6, 2011
...who sent their tweets from their own Apple device...To everyday folks like @ShakespeareGeek...
Steve Jobs was better than Santa Claus, because he'd show up once a year and offer us toys that we'd never even imagined could exist. #iSad
— Duane Morin (@ShakespeareGeek) October 6, 2011
...the Twittersphere is full of those remembering Jobs for everything from his products and high-tech intellect to his well-documented quotes...
"I see most things in life as a Bob Dylan or Beatles song."
And those quotes are showing up across the Twitterverse, thanks to people like Ashton Kutcher...
"Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren't used to an environment where excellence is expected." - #SteveJobs
— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) October 6, 2011
"Have the courage to follow ur heart & intuition. They already know what u truly want to become. Everything else is secondary." - Steve Jobs
— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) October 6, 2011
Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose -- Steve Jobs, 2005
— Kevin Iole (@KevinI) October 6, 2011
"Hello, I'm a Mac...and I'm a PC..."
John Hodgman is the PC in those commercials, and he's taken to Twitter to honor Jobs...
Everything good I have done, I have done on a Mac.
— John Hodgman (@hodgman) October 6, 2011
And in perhaps one of the most controversial and ironic stories to come out since the innovator's death, Westboro Baptist Church is going to picket at his funeral. That news confirmed by Margie Phelps, daughter of the church's founder, in a tweet.....sent from her iPhone.
Westboro will picket his funeral.He had a huge platform; gave God no glory & taught sin. MT @AP: Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has died at 56.
— Westboro Baptist (@WBCSaysRepent) October 5, 2011