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    Posted October 9, 2011 by
    gregreesehd
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    Steve Jobs and you

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    R.I.P. Steve Jobs: 'Good Apples Better The Bunch'

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     gregreesehd shares this video interviews he conducted on the streets of Cincinnati, Ohio, the day after the death of legendary Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs.

    He says: 'I do not own Apple Products, but that is the brand that I first used way back in school in the 80's.'
    - elchueco, CNN iReport producer

    Apple Icon Steve Jobs Passed away October 5, 2011 and at some point between the time that it was announced and October 6, 2011, in the night hours, a mural celebrating his life was created in a local Cincinnati neighborhood. After I saw the post online, I had to go see it in person. I'm still not sure who made the mural, (i'll find out soon!) but it looks like it was changed to pay respect to Mr. Jobs. The original art work probably read 'Bad Apples Spoil the Bunch.' Now it reads 'Good Apples Better The Bunch' with a picture of the 80's Apple Icon.

     

    Again I went to the spot the next morning and captured some more day video. Just after that I went to the heart of downtown near our fountain square to ask people about how Mr. Jobs inspired them and I got some great answers. Please check them out!

     

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Jobs

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