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chanj0
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chanj0   10/13/2011 4:58:30 PM
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I can't help to agree with you. Well said, well said about Apple product and the organization that Apple has built. I see Apple products as a beautifully crafted fashion. No doubt, there are innovations in them. Most of them are done in the time of before eMac was born. In response to the dropout, if one knows what they want to do in their life, they may not need to have formal education. Formal education prepares you for the challenge. It covers a broad spectrum. To create 1 "product" requires focus and expertise. These will come with time. Having said that, I don't mean to undermine the importance of education. I think education is one great things that human has ever invented. It helps to create the world we are today.

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Luis Sanchez   10/12/2011 9:07:14 PM
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Hi, about you noticing Steve and Bill are school droupouts, I think Einstein said that sometimes formal education becomes an obstacle for the intellectual development. He said "imagination is more important than knowledge". I think few schools will teach how to create and be imaginative. And also, I think the some geniuses are too hyperactive to accept filling a school sit everyday.

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Code Monkey   10/11/2011 10:53:18 PM
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Many silicon valley workers also work for Apple, at a much higher salary. But after the bills are paid, they don't have much more to show for it than their Chinese counterparts.

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ibm221   10/10/2011 5:54:35 AM
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uh.. I start to remember the apple IIs in my high school era. they were treated like gold. BASIC programming. 5 inch floppy drive, dual drive will make a luxury. we could play those apple II games all night long...

ibm221
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ibm221   10/10/2011 3:14:53 AM
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uh.. it's going. htc is getting close and all asian gene inside.

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_hm   10/9/2011 10:45:36 AM
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The best part I love about Steve Job's creativeness is Apple logo with bite in it. Next, is spectrum color for Apple and then utilizing black and white in their new products.

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daleste   10/8/2011 4:08:30 AM
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Apple has made a huge impact in everything we are doing today. Jobs was instrumental in making that happen. It is sad that he had to leave us so early. I think he would have had many more products to wow us with. My daughter just sent me a text message: When Reagan was president, we had Johnny Cash, Bob Hope and Steve Jobs. In Obama's America, no Cash, no Hope and no Jobs...

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MYWALLACE.Wallace   10/7/2011 4:26:52 PM
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well Rick, some americans called that child or slave labor... I called that a blessing to have that kind of jobs instead of working on rice field (if they even have a field to work on).Besides how many american would do the work like that here for the cost? There are many start ups go out of the country for their manufacturing labor as well....

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collin0   10/7/2011 3:50:52 PM
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Undoubtedly, Mr.Steve is a genius. He is a good brand promotion player. Apple brand is popular all over the world. Apple means good and fashion products with high price. Apple company only focus on design,hardware,software,functions,brand promotion, and there are many OEM factory in China. Apple always holds the core resource. Many Chinese workers work for Apple, but get very low salary. When China could have such genius?

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Sheetal.Pandey   10/7/2011 12:07:10 PM
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Really thank you, Mr. Jobs for the kin dof human being you were and your technological inventions. We really miss you although we have never met you but we feel some connection.

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