Friday, October 7, 2011

Steve Jobs in 2005

If you haven't seen this video, I think you'll find this interesting.
Steve Jobs, as you probably know, passed away earlier this week. Here he is giving the commencement address at Stanford in 2005.
His views on death. What his birth mother wanted for him.
Thought provoking for sure.



4 comments:

Sue said...

I loved that, Jill. Thanks.

=)

Dad and Susan said...

Thanks for this. We'd heard parts of it, but wondered about the details of his adoption. This filled in many blanks. Thanks again. He was the instrument in the Lord's hands to accelerate His work in the last days. IMO. Love, Dad and Susan

Grandma Honey said...

That is just how I felt Susan. Some are saying he will go down in history bigger than Thomas Edison.

Darlene said...

What an interesting man he was. It is just too bad that he died so young. He has give us so much technology that still amazes me. I just mentioned today how interesting it would be if my Mom, who would be 129 year old if she hadn't died at age 82, could come back to earth and experience all the technologies we have today. Dick was telling me another thing that his I-phone would do. I know she would be so disbelieving how different things are today. Steve Jobs will be remembered as one of the greatest minds that ever lived.