Steve Jobs' memory lives on

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Apple founder Steve Jobs' death earlier this month brought forth an outpouring of remembrances from fanboys, industry leaders – even people who didn’t seem to realize they were fans of Steve Jobs.

The outpouring has been remarkable, whether it was on Twitter, in blogs, or even in thousands of Post-It notes stuck to the windows of Apple stores around the world.

Within 14 minutes on Facebook, more than 53,000 people “liked” founder Mark Zuckerberg's post and 43 commented on it. The Facebook founder wrote: “Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you.”

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