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by George Heymann

Steve Jobs: in remembrance of things futuristic

by A. Montaqim

Technology Market

By all accounts Steve Jobs was one of those rare people who saw the future. He somehow knew what the future held for people, especially when it came to technology.

Many – including President Barack Obama – have called him a “visionary” in their tributes after learning of his death last night night at the age of 56 after many years of suffering from pancreatic cancer.

“By building one of the planet’s most successful companies from his garage, he exemplified the spirit of American ingenuity,” said the President.

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My small dent in the grid

by Jon Pompia

jonmichael@hotmail.com

By the reactions, you would have thought I was giving up a lung or my beloved cats.
“My god, what are you going to do now?”
“You did? What are you going to get?”
“What will you do when it rains?”
“How will you ever manage in life?”
This “indispensable” item of which I decided to part with is none other than an automobile, in this case an older model Porsche 944.

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