Daily Archives: October 6, 2011

The world mourns at its loss: A Steve Jobs Tribute

He single-handedly defined a generation. Now that he is gone, the world remembers:

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

– Steve Jobs


The company family he made and nurtured looked back to the one who thought different. 

GoogleRivalries are set aside and heads are turned to the worthy enemy.

Boing Boing


Twitter’s Dick Costolo

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

For those whose lives are changed, whose works are eased, whose idle times are made worthwhile; Steve Jobs and his work will always be a sweet memory.

Elevate Apparel (Tumblr)

He’s a rockstar in his own right.

Jonathan Mak Long

Mike Mitchell

Some e-Cards



His work equaled his passion. He brought good times. To you, and to the whole world. 

Beezy Tarantino

He is a leader, an innovator. A thinker. 

The Happy Recap

The passion from which he did things is admirable. 

Llavie est Belle

Tomorrow Starts Today

He defined the new crazy and he bid you to be one. For when we are without inhibition, you are at your best. 


He did not only make a brand, he made a religion. 

Patrick Moberg

White Paper


Divagations Online

Steve Jobs was the greatest inventor since Thomas Edison. He put the world at our fingertips.

– Steven Spielberg

Indeed we have lost a rare gem. The world mourns, the world remembers. Rest in peace, Steve Jobs.


The Telegraph: Steve Jobs dies: latest

Mashable: Steve Jobs Remembered: 10 of His Most Magical Moments

Huffington Post: 10 unusual things you didn’t know about Steve Jobs
Mashable: Newspapers react to the death of Steve Jobs

Reincarnate your senses

Went to Silverlens Gallery to have some much-needed clearing of the mind. Though I never really formally understood art, there is this certain calm I acquire whenever I see experience one.

I calmly approached the guest book and signed, only to notice that I my name followed THE Carlos Celdran. A quick turn revealed a comic middle-aged man. To the point of frivolity, I could hear his voice from a distance. I shied away from the thought of having my picture taken, but it was indeed an honor already to be in the same space as the Anti-Damaso himself.

It appealed to me like a bloody butterfly

There is an incredible calm in this painting.

Human tambucho

Gallery open until the 19th. See details here.

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