CNET News Video: Apple store reflections
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Outside a San Francisco Apple Store, supporters pay tribute to Steve Jobs and his legacy
-A genius only comes around at once. I know a couple centuries so like this, so same things and, you know, rest in peace. -I think through Apple and iPhone and everything is going and evolving. -I don't really think that words can really describe like anything about Steve other than just greatness. It's just right to do, you know, to respect the guy who had given the world so much like in terms of technology and, you know, rejuvenate the company that was on the edge of disaster. -Mr. Jobs was a visionary who changed the world. He changed the face of technology and his perfectionism shows itself in everything he did, and this is where we go to recognize what are his achievements. He was founder and CEO of Apple Development Company, and he made that entire company possible. I wouldn't have been doing what I was doing for the last few years if it wasn't for the iPhone and his inventions. -I just feel incredibly sad. I think the world over has lost a really incredible man and a visionary, and he will be deeply missed. -He had showed the world that technology is obtainable. The things that they prophesied in back to the future and his different movies, you know, this make it came out and he created it, and he gave it to us, you know, and it was all obtainable to where every kid you see and had an iPod. -He's just one of the best minds of our generation. I mean, there's no other way to say it. I mean he's so affected our generation so-- and those younger than me much, you know, so deeply because he's just changed the way they've all communicated with each other, so like there's really-- there isn't really words to express how much he's changed society. It's incredible. -I was on the train here and I was like I just had to make a pause through that to show everybody how I feel like my thoughts. The quotes from the Think Different campaign in the 90s, it's the last line. He said, "Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do," and he did. He changed the world.