BREAKING: Apple says Steve Jobs has died.
I knew it was coming, but it doesn't hurt any less. I'll miss you, Steve. My life literally wouldn't be the same without you.
There is a rainbow over Silicon Valley right now. Somehow it feels that Steve Jobs planned it that way.
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life." He never did.
What an amazing life. What an amazing legacy. There'll never be another one like Steve.
Maybe the 4S stands "for Steve?"
Steve Jobs: The man who saved Apple. Rest in peace. http://t.co/JJpiaDFh
Apple has email address for people who want to share condolences or thoughts: rememberingsteve@apple.com
“Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn’t matter to me … Saying we’ve done something wonderful… that’s what matters to me.” -Steve Jobs
There goes a man who invented the modern world.
Here's how I'll always remember him: http://t.co/n31Op6Vq
So sorry to hear Steve Jobs is gone, I thought he'd beat his illness like he had so many times before.
Steve Jobs will be the Leonardo da Vinci of our time. I cannot think of anyone who comes closer to that description in the last 100 years.
The journey was the reward.
Steve Jobs was an amazing human being, and I will miss him dearly.
If you would like to share your thoughts, memories, and condolences, please email rememberingsteve@apple.com http://t.co/GUFRijpk
The flags at the Apple campus are at half mast. http://t.co/iAwhcH0o
No gimmicks. No marketing. We're donating 100% of today's sales to pancreatic cancer research. You can donate here: http://t.co/57KqAugK
The corporation is the most powerful tool we've ever invented. It's typically used as a club or a lever. Steve Jobs used it as a paintbrush.
Rest in peace Steve. You will be missed.
A hero of mine for 31 years. He’ll be a hero for another 31, I hope, at least. But for now it’s like the moon disappearing.
The day has arrived that Steve Jobs said made him realize what was important in life. Thanks for everything, Steve.
Steve Jobs did what he loved in life up until one month before his death. We should all be so lucky.
Want to memorialize Steve Jobs? Donate to or evangelize cancer research. A gunman killed Lennon. Our lack of science killed Jobs.
Might be obvious but I'll say it anyway ... There would be no Pixar without Steve ...
your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life: http://t.co/TrNQgpIQ
That was one hell of an epic run, sir.
Here’s to the crazy ones. 
Photo: Steve Jobs leaves the stage for the last time. (Taken earlier this year.) http://t.co/3rpZXDDp
All the iPhone rumor-mongering seems a bit silly right now, doesn't it? #perspective
@cdespinosa Those 5 characters are so meaningful, coming from you.
Tears on my face. Hole in my heart. Thank you for everything Steve.
Bye Steve. I'll miss you. 
 think different
Got to spend time with Steve Jobs once for a demo. I braced myself for him to be rude, but he couldn't have kinder. Great energy, great guy.
I owe much to Steve Jobs. May his legacy live on and our work honor him.
If you really want to show your respect for Jobs then you'll get off Twitter and go become something bigger and better than you are now.
This is going to take a while to really sink in. It's so much more than computers and phones.
Steve Jobs gave the best answer of all time to the question, "what would you do if you had only a short time to live?"
Seeing "Pirates of Silicon Valley" 10 years ago inspired me to make life changes that made me what I am today. I owe a lot to Steve Jobs.
"Your time is limited…. Don't be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people's thinking." - Steve Jobs
Melinda and I extend our sincere condolences to Steve Jobs’ family & friends. The world rarely sees someone who made such a profound impact.
For those of us lucky enough to get to work with Steve, it’s been an insanely great honor. I will miss Steve immensely. http://t.co/g4HLDYtb
If you missed Jobs's 2005 Stanford commencement speech, read it now, maybe even instead of an obit: http://t.co/pX2XQXzJ
Can't think of anyone else I never met that had such a direct impact on my day-to-day life. God bless and keep you, Steve Jobs.
Still stunned. Julian was in the middle of bowling his first 100 game when I got a text from @tracireece about Steve Jobs.
Heartwarming/breaking: shortly following the news of Steve's death, our daughter called me "dada" for the first time. It goes on.
"RIP Steve", tweets collected by @settern: http://t.co/rvrels2g
Steve Jobs was the technology equivalent of a great cartoonist: someone who made life's complexities easy to understand. We'll miss you.
At IL7, having a drink. Feel free to join.
I don't think I've ever been so affected by the death of someone I never met. He was an icon and an inspiration #RIPSteve
Can we all go have a drink now?
Trending: iSad, iHeaven.
I find it amazing that I learned about the passing of Steve Jobs while viewing tweets on my iPhone. #RIPstevejobs
I met Steve Jobs at the Apple Store opening in Palo Alto. I joked about meeting fellow Reed dropouts everywhere, and he laughed. RIP, Steve.
Here's to the crazy one. 
He brought us fire from the Gods, and was punished for it. RIP Steve Jobs: Prometheus of our times.
Walking down to the Palo Alto Apple Store… because.
Having lived through cancer, I'm finding Steve's passing... difficult. I celebrate his life & draw strength from his creative spirit & will.
When I met that little Happy Mac in '91, my life changed forever... and you gave me the courage to chase my dreams. Thank you, Steve.
Liberal arts + technology
Working under Steve Jobs for eight minutes, let alone years, was an incredible blessing. I'm thankful for it, and for him.
NYTimes: When asked what market research went into the iPad, Mr. Jobs replied: “None. It’s not the consumers’ job to know what they want.”
All pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure, these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.
Photo: Steve Jobs introduces a product that will never catch on. http://t.co/CiEWwdCt
I come from a generation raised on computers. Deep down we believed they would bring us immortality. Steve's passing shatters that myth.
Steve Jobs trusted Tim Cook and the team at Apple. I do, too. Let's kick ass, people.
Pres. Obama: There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than fact that much of world learned of his passing on a device he invented.
I was eighteen months old when I started using the Mac. I never stopped. A post-it sketch for Steve: http://t.co/PSvpSqBa
Jobs's Stanford speech is really a classic. Great perspective. Warning: Will cause tears. http://t.co/QI5BluYr
Standing in front of the Apple store, holding an iPad with Apple's Homescreen, and getting photographed/interviewed by a zillion reporters.
"I think that now you and your friends have a bigger mission than just making cool apps. Think about it. Love, mom"
Thinks that @cingleton will be one hell of a party
So, we approached this with the idea that this was a big year. We had no idea. Rest in Peace Steve Jobs.
"Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life." -- Steve Jobs
May we all pause to honestly, deeply consider if we are working on sugar water. 
The email that I sent to Steve Jobs http://t.co/Kc5Ko0bu
Steve Jobs lived and left on his on terms
A glimpse into his far-reaching impact: the ESPN front page has a link to a story about Steve Jobs' death.
Take a minute to consider how you might take one step, even a small one, towards becoming as fearless and original as Steve Jobs was.
People live on when their essence inspires others to do great things.
Great little story about Steve Jobs on MeFi: http://t.co/Mnr4TuDF
A truly great tribute: apple.com and apple.com/stevejobs
Titan.  RIP Steve Jobs. You will be missed but never forgotten.
"There may be no greater tribute to Steve’s success than that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented." Pres Obama
To all of my friends who are still at Apple: hang in there, and follow through. I miss you like I miss Jobs.
Told my little boy a story about the man who made our Mac, iPhone, iPad, and all his favorite movies possible. "Wow, he's smart." "Very."
Don't miss this: Walt Mossberg on The Steve Jobs I Knew http://t.co/M3dKuODD
For one moment, there is solidarity on Twitter.
Just visited 1 Infinite Loop. Couple hundred people gathered on lawn. No sign of Apple security hassling them.
Pixar Issues Statement on the Passing of Steve Jobs: "He will forever be a part of Pixar’s DNA" http://t.co/K4hXGWji
Flags are at half staff outside 1 Infinite Loop.
‘He Changed the Way Each of Us Sees the World’: http://df4.us/ieg
‘It Means to Say Your Goodbyes’: http://df4.us/ief
Steve's inventions may ultimately help us beat cancer. Such a shame it didn't happen faster.
To all my friends at Apple, I'm sorry for your loss. I can't imagine what it's like to be in those halls tonight.
My life would have been radically different if not for Steve Jobs. Thank you and may peace comfort your family.
100 years from now, people will still marvel at how Steve Jobs changed the world by humanizing technology.
Apple faced crushing odds in 1996. Steve rebuilt it. There's always a chance to change things if you're willing to show up and work for it.
The best part is that Steve Jobs won.
President Obama on the passing of Steve Jobs: "He changed the way each of us sees the world." http://t.co/X6pQS3pS
The best way to say goodbye is by going out and building amazing things. Lets do this.
History will remember Steve Jobs for what he gave to the world. I will remember him for what he helped give my daughter: a healthy heart.
...Because they change things. They push the human race forward.
Today was indescribably exhausting, but tomorrow is another chance to do something amazing.
If you don't think the Apple executive team has what it takes: yesterday happened knowing their mentor didn't have much time left.
Google’s Schmidt on Jobs: “The greatest tech entrepreneur in history. Our country’s greatest innovator.” http://t.co/41n2BTbv
A series of photos Steve Jobs took in my office testing Photo Booth filters in 2005. Rest in peace. http://t.co/P6mP5gPv
Maybe it's strange to mourn someone I never knew this much. Still, it feels good to know we shared an era—largely, his.
"Don't be sad because it's over. Smile because it happened." - Dr. Seuss
Honor his memory. Make him proud through your actions.
Bear hugs at Çingleton. And good night.
Enjoying the time with my girls, here and healthy due to the benevolence of a company founded by Steve. It's a debt I cannot repay.
The sadness I feel now, makes me believe that we are all truly connected.
No hyperbole: Jobs was my generation's Edison, Disney, Ford, and Iaccoca—flaws and all—with a little bit of Barnum mixed in.
A Toast (by @barthesis... fittingly on an iPhone) http://t.co/Gylg9srA
This may end up being the longest week of the year.
Call it sappy, call it weak, call it whatever: After a day like this, I would give anything to be able to hug those I care about right now.
Steve Jobs was born out of wedlock, put up for adoption at birth, dropped out of college, then changed the world. What's your excuse?
My heart goes out to Laurene who lost her husband & to his children who lost their father.
Bleeding in six colors tonight.
I had dreaded writing Steve Jobs's obit. Here it is. http://t.co/UWA7iCTu
I am at 1 Infinite Loop. There is a small makeshift shrine with candles, flowers, and an iPad: http://t.co/dXKNDwqS
An iPod. A phone. An internet communicator. These are not three separate devices. This is one device. And we are calling it iPhone. #history
Thanks for the tools, the inspiration, the possibilities... Miss you already Steve.
Candles, flowers, notes outside the San Francisco Apple Store. Incredible. http://t.co/VAEYYKoc /via @themattharris
Steve was such an incredible story teller. I think I'm really going to miss his _voice_ of all things.
Pouring one for Steve. Thanks for enabling my career. http://t.co/OQ3YM6iL
Still can't believe it.
I know I wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for that fateful day my Dad brought home a Apple ][+ in 1979. 56 is way too young.
@pbur I'm currently 3 rum and cokes down in tribute.
Lovely, decades-spanning collection of Jobs photos, links, and ephemera, from Grant Robertson: http://t.co/bQHVzvvc
A great Steve Jobs tribute from @blam http://t.co/R7y3niTQ
Steve Jobs: my personal remembrance. http://t.co/LLQsdg4r
Great pic of the original Mac team & smart remembrance. http://t.co/r9PgbkhF
If you do anything tonight, please watch Steve's Stanford commencement address. http://t.co/SqQFcvL8
Google's home page links to Apple's home page. Steve is still making incredible things happen. http://t.co/o0f6RJuj
Amazing how sometimes the death of a stranger can feel like losing a family friend. For me, Peter Jennings was one. Steve Jobs was another.
Link: Chris Parker’s Letter to Steve http://t.co/HYx56JRX
It’s okay to be sad. But above and beyond all, whenever you remember Steve Jobs, always try to celebrate him by creating something great.
The Steve I grew up with: a birthday tribute from 1985, courtesy Craig Elliott of Apple Creative Services http://t.co/WUOa5QIc
Steve Jobs was the unusual idealist who achieved the impossibilities he aspired to.
My personal remembrance of Steve Jobs: http://t.co/WPh5z8L8
Nice story from @mrgan about the feedback we got from Jobs (via @wisequark) on Birdfeed: http://t.co/4i8MylFw The man loved texture!
A very apt title: "In many ways Jobs was the poet of the computer world." - @npr http://t.co/uEb7w1i3
I can't believe how upset I am over Steve's passing. It's just hard knowing he's not here anymore. This sucks. http://t.co/0Qw0n57n
Cleaning out the garage...Suddenly all of those old MacWorld, MacUser, and MacAddict magazines are going to be so much harder to get rid of
Let's not think for one second that just because Steve isn't watching we can all start doing shit work.
This, to me, is Steve's legacy. Children empowered. http://t.co/NvGO94sS
Not even remotely okay. But tomorrow's another day. What's next?
My last reference to Steve today, and it's deeply personal. http://t.co/wpOsosvq
Losing Steve Jobs has me flashing back to John Lennon's death. The same void, the same loss of genius, the same feeling it was way too soon.
Murder. Cancer. Either way, we were robbed.
"If I were running Apple, I would milk the Macintosh for all it's worth -- and get busy on the next great thing." - Steve Jobs, 1996
My entire professional life, from my first college writing, has orbited the devices Steve created. #RIPSteve
So many good Jobs stories at http://t.co/YjQ7FtMr. One of my favorites: http://t.co/egOEDNM1
CNN has a good video retrospective of Steve's most important keynotes: http://t.co/u7r0imjM
A rare version of "Here's to the crazy ones", narrated by Steve Jobs: http://t.co/X80ZS1AT
stay hungry, stay foolish
Last night I thought about postponing the launch of @tweetspeaker, but shipping seemed the appropriate thing to do, even if bittersweet.
A few thoughts on what happened last night, and what to do today. For Steve: http://t.co/wLjQqlXm
Steve Jobs Narrates ‘The Crazy Ones’: http://df4.us/iei
For today & tomorrow, we're donating all app sales to Pancreatic Cancer Research: http://t.co/393X8gPt #thankyousteve
Woz, you're making me cry. http://t.co/VYYvFykh Wozniak on his friendship with Steve Jobs.
My thoughts on Steve and the other men than have affected my life before dying too young: http://t.co/DL1gidOO
The past tense sucks.
Heard from a high school friend. We'd spend free time talking about Steve and learning to code. He also got me an Apple internship in 1995.
"You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards." - Steve Jobs
★ Universe Dented, Grass Underfoot: http://df4.us/iek
The baton has been passed. Let's get busy, we have mountains to move. 
our little memorial to Steve Jobs. http://t.co/gpwm41LA
thomas and i just sat around and sniffled this morning. steve jobs has been the #1 influence on what we do & the way we work.
Fascinating interview -- almost an autobio -- with Steve Jobs for the Smithsonian's Oral History project: http://t.co/dwGZ03DM
Random thought: I wonder if Steve approved this text. http://t.co/gMLdHAiW
Watch a blind woman send/receive texts in this iPhone Siri demo & then tell me Steve Jobs didn't make the world better: http://t.co/A4AFhMw7
No, we won't be going dark, or putting up a tribute to Steve today at the factory. We *will* be designing, coding & creating.
I've never been more inspired to make great things than I am today. You should be too.
Such a Huge Void http://t.co/zEWeWPCb #ThankYouSteve
The revenue from today's sales will be donated to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network in memory of Steve Jobs: http://t.co/mUt16TuI
My colleague, boss, mentor, and friend @jsnell wrote a fantastic piece about Steve Jobs putting a dent in the universe. http://t.co/tITevilG
You are underestimating the future: http://t.co/a0Qik7Px
Also, my pal @gruber nails it, as usual. Somehow he always manages to find the little details that everybody overlooks. http://t.co/f4yoiV6G
“Don’t be sad because it’s over. Smile because it happened.” – Dr. Seuss Thanks @jasonfried - http://t.co/3SNZuzh1
Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of Steve Jobs will be available on October 24th: http://t.co/WKvTHUqG
@jsnell Funny, the Steve Jobs close encounter from my piece was at the same Expo where I asked you for a job. That was a big year for me.
Photos of the impromptu memorials at Apple retail stores: http://t.co/HnQ303fu
My dear friend @dmoren wrote a lovely, lovely piece about Steve, and being on a plane yesterday. http://t.co/qYzatbPA
While you're there, read @jsnell's beautiful elegy. (And wish him happy birthday. Good things from the ashes of bad.) http://t.co/2MFvDjN4
Today I'm smiling because Steve Jobs' life happened and I was here to see it. I'll enjoy telling my grandkids about him and what he did.
Flags at Microsoft at half staff. http://t.co/XhwZSbjz via @doctordns
I had to wipe my eyes last night when I told Rach "It's not like he's family." But in a lot of ways...
For in that sleep of death what dreams may come When we have shuffled off this mortal coil...
"3 Apples that changed the world: Eve's, Newton's and Steve's" - via @NPR
Putting in "Pirates of Silicone Valley".
Steve taught us all how to believe in a product and make it better than you think it can be. I will be forever grateful for that lesson.
Foggy day. Back to work.
Macworld has collected the thoughts of other developers, too: http://t.co/osFPQMNG
So many thoughts about Steve running through my head. Too many for 140c. Besides, @Eris already said what matters most: http://t.co/vFbMfacz
The Atlantic has a pretty great run of photos remembering Steve right now: http://t.co/r3Uha8nl
It's 8 years since Jobs was initially told to "get his affairs in order." Eight more years with his young kids -- that was huge.
Former Pixar Employee Reflects On Time Spent With Steve Jobs, Shares Amazing Stories http://t.co/83H9jxT9
One day last year, I emailed Steve Jobs. He emailed me back: http://t.co/WlhMoYOl
Immeasurably loved. @ Apple Store http://t.co/kJSfWw9F
When I was a kid, there were two guys I wanted to meet: Steve Jobs and George Lucas. Now one's gone and I just want to slap the other around
All our idols die, one way or another.
Still feeling bummed about Steve Jobs passing away. I never met him, never knew him. Still, he was an inspiration whom I owe my livelihood.
Steve Jobs portrait made from the parts of a MacBook Pro. http://t.co/AJZslgs5
I don't really get it. The sun still shines, the birds still chirp. But I just don't feel right.
The Disney World flags are at half-staff.
Too bad, there are still assholes in this world. http://t.co/PtajPIc0
On the other hand, here's a nice post by Stephen Wolfram on Steve Jobs: http://t.co/8grPo9nT
A brief note about Steve Jobs on the Google Mac Blog: http://t.co/mMsP6K7A
Twitter is a fantastic venue for public therapy. Thank you, @jack, @ev, @biz, and everyone at @Twitter.
‘Last American Who Knew What the Fuck He Was Doing Dies’: http://df4.us/iel
One of my favorite Steve Jobs pics: http://img.ly/98ZI
Remembering Steve Jobs 1955-2011. Flowers left by a visitor, Oct. 6th. http://t.co/5Fguj7PB
From all of us here at the Omni Group: Thanks, Steve. http://t.co/wz5Wh0Ih
My #SteveJobs tribute is also a free high-rez download http://t.co/wZ4rKx3o Feel free to print out etc.
My turn: Jobs humanized technology, made the magical common http://t.co/6qS6zEA6
Think different @ Gowalla Incorporated http://t.co/N4EBlwWo
Some amazing stuff in Eric Schmidt's remembrance of Steve: http://t.co/s4z0KEPQ (“It’s your heart running around outside your body.”)
A beautiful tribute film to Steve Jobs by @CaseyNeistat, 4 years in the making http://t.co/63i7jb83
I'm really glad I was in the audience in 2007 for the iPhone announcement. It was the best Stevenote I saw in person.
I hope that reserved seat becomes a tradition.
I'm still sad that we'll never see another "one more thing" from Jobs. But he's given us the tools to create our own. http://t.co/AwH33e0w
Remembering Steve Jobs: TUAW looks back http://t.co/foNWdq9d [post]
No I don't want to be interviewed about Steve Jobs. What's left to say? Do something real with your life.
Mr. @BodyofBreen and I discuss the legacy of Steve Jobs on the Macworld Podcast: http://t.co/SkBkNXuM
Journey has been the reward, Steve Jobs, and these last 23 years working together have been my finest - http://t.co/Nb1JseVg #thankyousteve
“Mr. Jobs had an unwavering focus on using technology to help people do people things.” http://j.mp/q0pE02 /by @seanmctex
At the Apple Store, a Genius emerged from the back to thank me for the Panic homepage today. It really is kind-of a family, isn't it?
File, Edit, View, Special.
First day waking up to a world without Steve in it.
Steve touched my life in many ways. http://t.co/CqvNX8Sq
He gave me much advice over the 35 years, but none as important—nor as useful right now—than “Hug your kids and tell them you love them.”
Here's a visualization of public #thankyousteve Tweets, sent over about 4.5 hours yesterday evening http://t.co/f1vhDniw (by @miguelrios)
The NY Times Friday crossword puzzle is a tribute to Steve Jobs: http://t.co/gXklQBlj
Snippets of Text That I Wrote The Past Two Days http://t.co/zS88Dbiw #aluminumfruit
For once I'm grateful for the tiny imperfections in Apple's products. They remind me that Jobs was just iterating. Like me, like everybody.
“today's NYT: With Time Running Short, Steve Jobs Managed His Farewells http://t.co/bz9QsUHO” Nice article.
"An American Icon" by Walter Isaacson. http://t.co/Uc9H9eY6
Great post on Steve's passing http://t.co/LxFRwNPd /via @mikeindustries
Excellent "analysis" of Bill Gates' tribute to Steve Jobs http://t.co/sqsw5zS1
“I wanted my kids to know me,” he said. “I wasn’t always there for them, and I wanted them to know why and to understand what I did.”
"Steve Jobs didn't create a cult, he created a culture." -- @Ihnatko - http://t.co/KfWepxfI
In Memoriam of Steve Jobs, friends and colleagues tell me a Steve Jobs story. http://t.co/vu8UsDqY
The desktop version of Dan V Peterson's Steve Jobs+Apple logo wallpaper, based on Jonathan Mak's original design. http://t.co/yJbNbniw
A look at the @NewYorker's upcoming Steve Jobs cover: http://t.co/q11gAgZC
Outside the Apple Store in Montreal -- http://t.co/SCMPUAtb Yes - we have taste, decorum and eschew sticky notes
Apple display in the lobby of the Computer History Museum: http://t.co/kX8TCJNm
Jon Stewart's "Moment of Zen" on Steve Jobs: http://t.co/OeMfKwrE
People have nearly filled the window of the SF Apple Store. http://t.co/BSUshi7U http://t.co/jMK8lk6z
The Steve jobs tribute at the Michigan Ave apple store. http://t.co/QbnZimXi
@parislemon I think he very much knew he was one of the crazy ones. I think we're also sad bc we lost our greatest mentor
@rsarver here's a great video of him talking about that commercial (about 4:30 in) http://t.co/aHX082Z4!
Remembrances for Steve outside IL1: http://t.co/1wB8X3vF
More photos taken outside IL1 tonight. Farewell Steve, we love you. http://t.co/EmBhwz7z http://t.co/jU4he7rP
Reading: The man who inspired Steve Jobs http://t.co/qPkUC1ZF
Just picked up a copy of Time's Steve Jobs issue. Kind of sad I'm finishing off a 15 year collection project. http://t.co/qQgxwfrL
Great post from Guy Kawasaki on lessons learned from Steve Jobs: http://t.co/iytZbyRb
9:42 at night and still so many people at IL1. http://t.co/kMIxyS7N
Most of the notes are about inspiration: http://t.co/eyj23HUw
Wonderful 8-bit Steve Jobs tribute - http://t.co/9zikVv5Y
A few wallpapers of Steve Jobs quotes. http://t.co/k7mHPsLj
Charlie Rose interviewed Eric Schmidt, Walt Mossberg and Marc Andreesen on Steve Jobs. http://t.co/pzhLVyYK (via @lantinian)
We left a sticky note for Steve while at the mall today. Thinking a lot these past few days about inspiration and doing my best work.
This is my Steve Jobs story about interviewing for a job at NeXT. http://t.co/bN6eYBcb
A nice SJ tribute from @pvponline: http://t.co/lvqGewtK
Sprint ad on back cover of the new Rolling Stone: http://t.co/yGJRYGiW
Beautiful tribute. Apple introduces "Remembering Steve." web page. http://t.co/2DMtbTER Simple but effective.
‘Celebrating Steve’ Special Event: http://t.co/g14LXafo

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