Thanks, Steve

We may have published some articles here that aren’t very funny, but this will be the first time we’ve done so intentionally.

First, we’d like to send our heartfelt best to Steve Jobs and his family at what must be a difficult and emotional time.

Second, we’d like to give Steve as big a thank-you as two human beings can muster — because it’s literally impossible to imagine our lives without the benefits born of Steve’s vision.

More than a series of revolutions, what Steve has created is a culture. It thrives in just about every country on earth. It’s spawned countless products and countless sites — including this one.

Thank you Steve for never giving up. We wish you a long and happy Chairmanship.

— Michael & Ken

  • http://ObamaPacman.com ObamaPacman

    I found this post to be hilarious. Steve Jobs had vision? I thought his vision was the free R&D for other companies? =p

  • http://blindlightbulb.tumblr.com James

    Thanks Steve. Godspeed. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000041129068 John Angelo Moraitis

    Now that he’s done as CEO, he can focus completely on Jobs 2012!

  • Gamurva

    Namaste, Steve.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thiemo-Kleiboer/598003749 Thiemo Kleiboer

    Arigatō, Steve sensei

    (sorry, I don’t speak Japanese :P)

  • Mauri

    Grazie Stefano Lavoro!

  • gctwnl

    Steve has been monumental in the PC/phone/etc industries by focusing intensively on the most important aspect: user experience. It has changed the world (and that is what he always wanted, so he has succeeded) and also how I work and live today. If that mind set stays at Apple, we (selfishly) have nothing to worry about in a direct sense. But I do feel sad about the fact that his health is failing him, he and his loved ones certainly do not ‘deserve’ what is happening and I feel for them.

  • gctwnl

    Steve has been monumental in the PC/phone/etc industries by focusing intensively on the most important aspect: user experience. It has changed the world (and that is what he always wanted, so he has succeeded) and also how I work and live today. If that mind set stays at Apple, we (selfishly) have nothing to worry about in a direct sense. But I do feel sad about the fact that his health is failing him, he and his loved ones certainly do not ‘deserve’ what is happening and I feel for them.

  • Norman

    Thank you, iGod! 

  • M.Lechman

    I can’t wait to see what Steve comes up with now that he doesn’t have to deal with the troubles of being the CEO of one of the largest companies in the world. I imagine he’ll have more time to spend with his family now as well. I applaud Steve’s move, if you’re going to go out, why not go out while you’re on top!

  • Eduardocibanez

    Muito Obrigado! (google it)

  • Anonymous

    Wait. I’m confused. Scoopertino – Unreal Apple News – is writing about real Apple news? On a side note, good luck Steve, and thanks for bringing me my MacBook. (not literally of course) 

  • Luis Lacerda

    Thanks Mr. Jobs!
    (from Amazon Rain Forest)

  • Acedeoraj

    would like see some obitutary by scoopertino