On Friday, October 5th, the anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, a number of tributes were given. The most notable was on Apple’s web site where a video was done with a slide show of various moments in his life with recordings of his quotes being given as a voice over.
The San Francisco Chronicle ran an 89 page slide show that included at least 3 videos. All about Steve. The first was a picture of him holding an Apple ][ computer in 1977. The last a picture of an Apple Specialist holding an iPad with a copy of the picture from the biography and the words “Thank You, Steve”.
There was also a flash mob dance done by a number of people dressed in black mock turtle necks and jeans at an Apple store in Seattle (University Village). I am still not sure that it should be counted as a tribute, but hopefully that is what they meant it to be. What do you think? See it at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=XSkMtsnn_4U