The alarm clock rings. I turn it off a few times, I slept little. I'm working on a foolish idea, one of those that come out of my controlled schemes. But the pattern tries to boycott me and so sleep leaves room for thoughts. I get up and first turn on the iPhone to see who wrote me in (…)
The alarm clock rings.I turn it off a few times, I slept little.I'm working on a foolish idea, one of those that come out of my controlled schemes. But the pattern tries to boycott me and so sleep leaves room for thoughts.
I get up and first turn on the iPhone to see who wrote me in the night. Once upon a time only a few "crazy" bad dorms wrote the night, now almost usual. The eye falls on a message from Francesco Marino. At dawn he only publishes news that others do not have yet, so it must be important.
Steve Jobs is dead ..Buummmm: A slightly deaf thud stops the foolish thoughts that have been chasing me since yesterday.?At just 56, Steve Jobs dies, etc?We all knew it, it was a matter of days. But when a surprise happens anyway.
He was a tough man, although perhaps many will remember him as the joyful and goliardic friend next door. breaking the rules, the pure creative freedom that has brought into our hands things that I still often do not understand.From the mouse to the current iPad, his inventions have come out of the straight line of technological evolution to approach almost the world of magic, of the not possible. tablet still seems to me so. Not a technological gadget a new world, in some ways still not totally conceivable. Because it goes outside the box.
Even the iPhone is not a smartphone, a world of its own. The others are just smartphones, maybe beautiful … but smartphones.
On his way he met many imbeciles who tried to stop him in some way.But free creative liquid and you can't hold it in your hand.It is a creativity driven by an emotional engine that nobody has ever known and will be able to describe better: "Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish".
For me Steve is not like in the millions of photographs that are now covering the Net. Old and wise. For me it remains as in this image, with a simple apple in hand, which is munching and a new invention in mind that perhaps it will not even tell Saint Peter?but I will make it!
Hi Steve, come back soon