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Rest in peace, Steve.

I never met Steve Jobs. I probably was in the same time zone as the man no more than four or five times in my middle-aged life, but his passing is one of those times when the death of a stranger hits one rather hard. The last artist whose death affected me as viscerally was likely Jim Henson. Henson was by all accounts a sweet, gentle man, of which, as Rob ably limns, Steve Jobs was never accused.

That said, S…


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  1. Jimmy Carter

    “They were about exploring the world as a view into the mind of God and illuminating it with beauty.”

    Excellent post.

  2. Bill Walsh
    Jimmy Carter: “They were about exploring the world as a view into the mind of God and illuminating it with beauty.”

    Excellent post. ยท Oct 5 at 8:50pm

    Thanks, man.


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