Steve Jobs: the greatest master of computer in our time has died

The greatest inventor, no, the greatest discoverer has passed away. The world have missed someone who has made our life different, who brings computers to your desk, phones to your hand, and music to your ears, and he made them all so gratefull as if they are all already there for us before our life.

His creations, designs, visions are always beyond our thoughts as if he came from far in the future and his mission is to introduce these new things to us in our time. He showed one by one product, one product in a time, as if he worried and wanted to ensure that we will love them and not hate them.

My highest appreciation, and my greatest thanks to Steve Jobs. I wish you will have another great journey in your next life.

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Admire to Wall-e

I admire to the design of Wall-e. It is a briliant creature. I imagine if I can have one at home. Hmm if I make one for my kids what it would be? It is kind of a pet robot, who always busy, run everywhere very fast, a bit shy, and fussy. I found in internet that some creative people who have similar interest like me already started the work.

Wood Wall-e courtesy of make online

Wood Wall-e

This wood made Wall-e must be a serious work, look the details are perfect. Read the detail here. I also make an unperfect and ugly, not finished prototype made using used carton box.

carton wall-e

carton wall-e

It is far from perfect wall-e created with my son. We made it in less than an hour, glued it on top of a chasis with motor, just to get the feel how it would be. We plan to change the neck with servo so the eyes can move left and right. Probably add a censor somewhere at the eyes to make Wall-e can move by her own.

Bill and Paul big dreams

“When Paul Allen and I started Microsoft over 30 years ago, we had big dreams about software. We had dreams about the impact it could have. We talked about a computer on every desk and in every home. It’s been amazing to see so much of that dream become a reality and touch so many lives. I never imagined what an incredible and important company would spring from those original ideas.” News conference announcing plans for full-time philanthropy work and part-time Microsoft work, June 15, 2006, Redmond, Washington.