By Anshul Tewari:
As I write this, I fall short of words. Steve Jobs, the Founder of Apple Inc. is no more. Jobs was an inspiration for me, and many of us. I remember watching his Stanford graduation ceremony speech whenever I needed inspiration.
There is not much to say, actually. Just that people like Steve usually come for a short period, they change the world, and then they leave – and that makes all the difference.
Rest in peace, Steve.
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