Tributes to Steve Jobs

Apple's Web site, in memoriam.

Apple's home page temporarily repurposes itself to remember the company's co-founder and his legacy.

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The New Yorker offered up a tribute in its typical witty style.
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At Apple's flagship Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan, a fan had spray-painted a heartfelt message on the temporary wall surrounding renovations.

Workers removed the message this morning.

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A man walking past Apple's flagship Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan stops to spend a moment in front of a makeshift memorial for Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
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A memorial with flowers, apples, and handwritten notes at the Fifth Avenue Apple store in Manhattan.
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Wired's home page, in remembrance of Steve Jobs
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Google's home page offers a simple tribute. The link redirects not to a Google page but to Apple.com.
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Notes surrounding one of Apple's original logos adorn the door of the Apple store on 14th Street and 9th Avenue in Manhattan.
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A man photographs the makeshift vigil in front of the Apple store this morning on 14th Street and 9th Avenue in Manhattan.
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The Apple store near Paris' opera house is adorned with two bouquets of roses, one with a card saying "Thank you, Steve."
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A single candle at the door of a Paris Apple store marks the passing of Steve Jobs.
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Mourners reflect last night outside Apple's store on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
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Mourners left flowers last night at the Apple store on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
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Some print newspapers, including the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, took a unique approach to covering Steve Jobs' death.
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The front page today of Brazil's Diario de Pernambuco honored Steve Jobs.
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The Bismarck Tribune in North Dakota went retro to memorialize Apple's co-founder.
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Fans left flowers, notes, and apples in front of the Apple Store on the Upper West Side of Manhattan to pay homage to Steve Jobs.
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Nancy Jacobs left flowers this morning outside the Upper West Side Apple store in Manhattan before heading inside to take a class. Jacobs said she had never done anything like this before, but felt compelled because her 16-year-old and 14-year-old children were so affected by the news of Steve Jobs' death. Her son had learned of his death while reading the news on his iPad.

"They came in my room last night crying," she said. "What other CEO in America do they know the name of? It really touched me."

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Apple fans leave notes, flowers, and candles outside the SoHo store in New York City.
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At a makeshift shrine on the sidewalk outside the Apple store in Boston, one person created a short timeline of Steve Jobs' by etching key dates in apples. 1955 is the year he was born; 1976 was the year Jobs co-founded Apple Computer; 1984 is the year Apple launched the Macintosh computer; 1997 is the year he became CEO; and 2011 is the year of Jobs' death.
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College student David Rysin takes a photo of the shrine outside the Boston Apple store with his iPhone. Rysin became a loyal Apple customer after owning an iPhone and having good experiences with customer service, something he attributes at least in part to Steve Jobs. After hearing about Jobs' passing last night, "I spent more time studying the history of Apple than studying for my midterm exam in economics," he said.
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At the Apple store in Boston, a person lights candles at the makeshift shrine to remember Steve Jobs.
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At the Apple store in Boston, well-wishers left candles, cards, and photos. One person left a Post-in note with the expression "Stay hungry, stay foolish," which Jobs repeated at his now-famous commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005. It's a quote from the last edition of the Whole Earth Catalog, a book he called the "Google of its time."
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Businessweek's cover is commemorating the Silicon Valley icon.
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Jonathan Mak Long of Hong Kong created this image to honor the tech icon.
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