California Declares 16th Oct as Steve Jobs Day

Tomorrow is Steve Jobs day and now it”s official. California”s governor, Jerry Brown, has chosen a day to dub as Steve Jobs Day: Oct. 16, the same date Apple will hold a memorial at Stanford University.

Gov. Jerry Brown tweeted “This Sunday will be Steve Jobs Day in the State of California.”

Jobs died Oct. 5 and was Php Aide buried two days later during a small private funeral. Since his passing, the world — including U.S.

Several memorials also have cropped up to honor the man who co-founded Apple with Steve Wozniak. On Oct. 16 Apple is to hold a memorial for Jobs at Stanford University for “prominent Silicon Valley executives.” Jobs famously gave a commencement speech at Stanford in 2005 where he told three short stories of his life, which made him Steve Jobs.

Apple has also announced that it would put on an employees-only memorial on Oct. 19 at company headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.

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  • Why it's bad –

    Steve Jobs didn't do charity.

    There are far many more deserving people who deserve a day in their honor.

    He was a capitalist.

    Why it's good –

    He shaped the tech-world with his management policies.

    He brought in the dollars out of thin air.

    Plain business genius.

  • i think this is great move and great honour……