The tributes to Steve Jobs are coming in from all over the world, including this morning, from Mayor Mike Bloomberg, who spoke of the Apple founder before the opening of Twitter’s New York City offices.
“When we learned last night that Steve had died, I think the sadness was so profound because we all did really understand that a remarkable American journey had just come to a close,” the mayor said. “In so many areas of the human experience, Steve had pushed the frontiers of what’s possible – and he took all of us along for a ride. This country and this world is a lot better because of it.”
Bloomberg was an early adopter of Apple’s IPad, and has hardly done a press conference over the last couple of years without it.
The rest of his remarks on Jobs are below: Read More