A few years later the two Steve's went their separate ways. One became a teacher and an engineer (a bloody brilliant one at that) and the other made sure that he was remembered forever.
In 1984, Apple launched the first ever Macintosh, and as Steve aptly said, it was "Insanely Great." He got fired from Apple, came back in 1996 and that for the world was a little more than "Insanely Great", from then on, he has continued to change the way people look at things almost every year.
In 2001, at the launch of the first ever iPod he said, "Join us, as we change the music industry", and by God he did. In 2007 he said, ,"Today Apple re-invents the phone", and oh it did. Not just that, he changed the PC industry, the notebook industry and launched a whole new range of products called tablets.
When the Macbook Air was launched he said, "There's something in the Air" and clearly there's something in the air today that just whispers that the world will not be changed by Steve Jobs' brilliance anymore.
No one comes close to his strokes of brilliance, he turned a product launch into a massive event! For no other product (except Harry Potter books) did you see people lining up three days in advance to be the first ones to get their hands on it.
And today on his death the world has spoken, a few of the well known people mourning the loss are, Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, Michael Dell and Bill Gates. If you go on the Google home page, they have a little ode to Steve Jobs in their own way. The Microsoft office is mourning the loss as well.
I would like to say just this, "Microsoft, Google, Dell... when competitors are mourning your loss, you know you're a legend."
Oh and "One more thing...."