”With his black turtleneck, wire-rimmed glasses and conspiratorial grin, Steve Jobs was arguably the best ambassador ever between androids and humans.
…The tech world lost a leader; the creative world lost a soulmate. He straddled both worlds like a colossus.
…He preached a techie version of liberation theology, espousing that, ironically, by using machines we might liberate ourselves from machines.
…He is not gone. He will not be forgotten. His soul is in the machine.”
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