Thursday’s links get serious with politics, hunger awareness and remembering Steve Jobs.
Sleek, simple and elegant, the front pages noting Steve Jobs’s death were mostly reminiscent of the man they were memorializing.
In a testament to just how far Steve Jobs’ influence reached, notables from politicians to athletes to technology executives have issued statements on the Apple founder’s passing.
As the world pauses to remember Steve Jobs, NewsFeed looks back at how TIME covered the visionary Apple founder through the decades.
Steve Jobs may have descended from Apple’s CEO throne, but he’s left behind plenty of pithy insights. Have a look at some of our favorite quotes.
Thursday’s links give you unique perspectives, brilliant photography and creative videos. Take a gander.
When Steve Jobs and Apple brought out the iPod and iTunes 10 years ago, who would have ever thought that it could one day be used to showcase the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton?
A Chinese company has been forced to stop making the Facebook founder action figure. Fair to say that the social network firm didn’t “like” what was happening.
Is this a smart way to make a few (hundred) bucks, or a complete waste of time? You be the judge.
Some surprises are taking place at Apple’s special event in San Francisco happening now. So far not only has the iPad 2 been unveiled, but its been unveiled by Steve Jobs himself.
What do you give to the Apple fanboy (or fangirl) that has every conceivable I-gadget ever concocted? (Via AvWeb)
Your mid-week round-up includes Facebook faux pas and state dinners. Happy Wednesday!