akeBagdad saidOkay i'm not a person who hates but really sick of all the topic here about the death of Steve Jobs or anyting related to him really his only one person and million cry about him and million of kids, women dies and no one cries i mean really does he need all of this well feeling good to write this and hope people understand my point of view
Reverse the equation: he was one person who had a major impact on millions of people. In fact, you might make that billions, for although billions do not own an Apple product, Apple innovations have been copied and used throughout the world.
Most of us only impact the few people immediately around us. That doesn't make our lives intrinsically less precious than a Steve Jobs, but it can make them less news-worthy. In a world of 7 billion people we can't all make the headlines, or all have personal stories written about us. That's reserved for the most exceptional of people (including the exceptionally criminal, vapid celebrities, and anyone else a fickle public finds interesting).
But all 7 billion of us can't be individually recognized unless we do something to stand out from the crowd. Steve Jobs succeeded in doing that several times over, and his creations touch us every day, as we touch them, like my typing on a Mac keyboard to write this post.