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Like the rest of the world, we were all saddened at the news of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs‘ passing (1955 – 2011). As one of the most iconic and inspiring businessmen in American history, he has changed the way each of us live our lives on a day-to-day basis. Maybe you’re reading this on your iPad, iPhone, iMac or MacBook? Or on a non-Mac product that aspires to Mac style. Well, you can thank Steve for his undeniable brilliance and the countless risks he took to continually and always stylishly advance our telecommunications and digital world just a little bit more. His innovations, humanitarianism and legacy will never be forgotten.

steve jobs passing apple ceo co founder mac hgtv1. Steve Jobs in his 1982 living room 2. Apple I 3. Apple III 4. Macintosh II 5. Macintosh Classic II 6. iMac G3 7. iMac

These Apple Store memorials are even more proof of his undeniable footprint on design and technology history.

What is your first Apple computer memory? What Mac design do you most love?

Tell us in the comments below. (And hop on down to see my answers, too.)

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Mark Your Calendars:

Fall ushers in more than cooler temperatures and falling leaves. It also kicks off a busy time in the design community. You’ll likely want to include (at least) one of these events on your to-attend list:

Design by William Sofield

National Design Week runs October 9th through 17th in New York City, including the big awards bash on the 14th. But don’t fret if you don’t live in NYC. A wide-range of events are produced across the country, in association with National Design Week. Visit their website to see what’s going on in Boise, Idaho. Missoula, Montana. Even Little Rock, Arkansas.


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