Thank you for leading the revolution that brought us into this golden digital age.
Thank you for creating products that have made my world smaller and more accessible.
Thank you for showing me that it’s not the level of education you achieve, it’s how you use it that matters.
Thank you for creating devices that have enabled me to maintain friendships and relationships around the world without concern for distance or cost or time.
Thank you for giving me new technology that has amazed me and inspired me and allowed me to be creative in new and innovative ways.
Thank you for empowering me with your awe-inspiring devices. They have allowed me to progress farther in my career that I ever could have thought possible.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to play The Oregon Trail on an Apple IIE. And my mother sends her thanks for all of the Printshop cards she received, mostly on Tuesdays, because that’s when computer class was scheduled.
Thank you for being a genius, and a smart ass, and a rebel and for obsessing over the details that would shape the world as we see it. For having never met you, I am profoundly sad at your loss.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.” – Steve Jobs
With deep gratitude,
Amanda Smyth Connor