Amidst the iCry, iSad and other trite tributes to Apple legend Steve Jobs, a stunningly simple pictorial homage emerged from a 19-year-old in Hong Kong.
Designer Jonathan Mak Long's minimalist design features a white Apple logo with Jobs' profile in black forming a bite out of the fruit.
Meanwhile, Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak today spoke out about Jobs' vision and driving philosophy.
Jobs was never afraid to do things differently – or to respond to his critics.
In the words of The Onion, the "last American who knew what the f*** he was doing" died yesterday.
Twitter exploded in the wake of Jobs' passing becoming public news; apparently spurring 10,000 tweets a second. Here, Fast Company crowdsources a tribute in tweets.
The Guardian asked readers what their first Apple product was and compiled a snazzy multimedia wall with the responses.
While Jobs was famously reclusive, Time photographer Diana Walker offers arare glimpse into his life.
He was a patent powerhouse, as this interactive New York Times' timeline shows.
And Mashable lists the 10 most-quoted tweets about Steve Jobs. But we like these better:
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