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Geiger’s Counter: Words of wisdom from Steve Jobs

After the Great Flood of 1994 when much of the wiring in our office was damaged, we switched from a complex, proprietary front end production system to producing your newspaper on Apple computers. There are currently 16 on our network but we have been through many of them. I have yet to run across an unreliable or flawed Apple product. The iPod and subsequently, the iPhone, remain the best technology of their kind – hands down. Steve Jobs, who founded Apple, died of pancreatic cancer last week at age 56. Given up by his birth mother, he was a visionary. A college drop-out who was worth $100 million by age 25. In 2005, he gave the commencement speech at Stanford University. It is regarded as one of the best such addresses ever given.

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