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Twitter, Cloud Computing, and Steve Jobs

An unapologetically random reprise of yesterday's Twitterstream

An unapologetically random reprise of yesterday's Twitterstream in and among the executives, commentators, and other stakeholders in the Cloud Computing ecosystem...please let me know via @jg21 about more good ones I may have missed.

Krish
Krishnan Subramanian - Industry Analyst covering Cloud Computing & Open Source

Sad end to the day apple.com/stevejobs/ #rip #loss4techworld



Alex Williams - Editor at SiliconAngle
Forget about Ellison and spats. Steve Jobs is dead. Jobs: Once a tech king - now a tech God.

Rich Wolski - Co-Founder & CTO. Eucalyptus Systems
Damn. Steve Jobs has passed. I'm glad to have been alive during his time.


Ben Kepes -
Tech analyst, commentator and evangelist
Fuck... Steve Jobs. We all salute you


Wade Roush
Wade Roush - Chief correspondent, Xconomy
Deeply, deeply saddened by the news of Steve Jobs' death. The world will be a little less magical without him.


Dave Nielsen
Dave Nielsen - Co-Founder, CloudCamp

Steve Jobs was a 1-in-a-million visionary & leader. I feel a pang in the area of my heart & lungs. A real sense of loss! #stevejobs


Tom Lounibos
Tom Lounibos - CEO of SOASTA CloudTest
By making technology "cool", he started an engineering revolution...as everybody (including engineers) wanted to be cool!


Randy Bias
Randy Bias - Co-Founder & CTO, Cloudscaling
Steve Jobs 2005 Stanford Commencement address was what inspired me to become an entrepreneur.


Peter Coffee - Force.com Evangelist
Of all SteveJ's big wins, changing Mac's CPU family *twice* is rarely cited but in many ways most notable



Sam Johnston - Curator, @Clouderati
President Obama on the Passing of Steve Jobs: "He changed the way each of us sees the world." | The White House

Guy Kawasaki -
Former chief evangelist of Apple
Transcript of my reminiscence of working for Steve Jobs


Bob Gourley - Founder of
ctovision.com
Steve Jobs: The most famous maestro of the micro:

Tim Bray - Googler & Android guru
The only eulogy I've so far found worth passing on, by Juan Cole:
Tim Crawford - CIO of All Covered
Personal Tribute to Steve Jobs



Dana Gardner - Blogger Extraordinary
Hard to think of anyone I did not know who had a more positive impact on my life. Thanks so much, Steve. So very sad to see you go.
Roger Strukhoff - Veteran tech commentator
My earlier take on Steve Jobs & the gift of charisma Deepest condolences to his family & all others who loved him



Jeff Jarvis - Professor/Blogger
Classy: Google has posted a memorial link to Apple & Steve Jobs on its home page. Appropriately minimalist.

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Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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