Now they aren't centered. :-X
over 1 year ago
Oh fuck it, I give up.
Shut the hell up, Jeff.
Seriously? With these comments, folks? Honestly. Particularly, shame on you, Chase. This site is a critique site. Jeff was merely helping, and I'm sure Daniel appreciated it.
Thanks for this one, Dan.
I wasn't serious, Klein. But thanks.
Still can't believe it. RIP :(
by Jonathan Mazaltov
It is quite astonishing how much people take for granted... people's lust for something "more" shall never be fulfilled, "But it isn't this," "but it isn't that," Steve managed to fulfill that. It is sad how every great thing must come to an end in one form or another. Although regardless of the grave tragedy that took place today Steve Jobs will forever... live on beside technology.
Forever Remembered. Steve.
over 1 year ago
by Andy Armstrong
D: Sad Apple
"There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented."
I'll chime in with one - http://drbl.in/cbKp. RIP, Steve... we'll miss ya.
Nice job Dan. Great tribute.
by kirk visola
I even made sure the name wasn't centered.
by Dan Auer
Very painful to know he's gone.
by David Lesue
by Dan Matutina
The desktop wallie can be downloaded here: http://s89189.gridserver.com/download/1900x1200_a.jpg
by Andy Pickup
Today is a sad day.
by Khashayar Elikaee
"Apple went from a marginal novelty to rewriting the rules of entire industries, in the blink of an i." - Panic Software
by Oleg Estrin
Set this as your lockscreen in memory of a great man.
not going to repost for this playoff, but made a shot for when he resigned as ceo that holds true to the sentiment.
by Ed Moss
"The world has lost a visionary. And there may be no greater tribute to Steve's success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented." - President Barack Obama
by Isaac Grant™
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