From the outpouring on Twitter, Facebook and other social media, it's clear that the life of Steve Jobs impacted a lot of people. Condolences and tributes from the tech industry, celebrities, athletes, politicians and everyday Apple users have been rolling in at a furious pace since the news broke last night that the visionary icon had passed away.
Various popular websites found ways to show their appreciation for Jobs - from Boing Boing to Google. Here are some of the tributes from around the internets -
First up, my favorite Jobs tribute comes from Boing Boing. They have transformed the entire layout of their site to resemble a mac desktop from way-back-when:
Google's homepage kept it classy with a simple "Steve Jobs, 1955-2011." It linked to apple.com:
Speaking of the apple.com homepage, they kept it super classy with this image that still graces your landing:
Reddit replaced their alien with a small Jobs sketch on their logo:
YouTube featured Steve Jobs videos on the homepage:
Search Engine Land gave us a black background with the Apple logo in the top left corner:
The Unofficial Apple Weblog honored Jobs with a large header of an inspiring quote:
Finally, Wired dedicated their entire landing page to this image of Jobs, complete with various quotes about Jobs from people like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin:
What was your favorite way that a site honored Steve Jobs today? Let us know in the comments.