When the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was made public, the company's official website changed to show a solemn photo along with a message encouraging personal friends, colleagues, and owners of Apple products to share their own thoughts about the man behind it all.
As of right now, more than one million messages have been submitted to email@example.com, the email address set up for this purpose. The folks at Apple have gone through those messages and chosen to share some on a page entitled "Remembering Steve."
The posting of the messages coincides with a company-wide celebration of Steve Jobs life.
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