All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘memorials’

Joe Paterno Memorial Tickets Pulled From eBay

Some people looking to cash in on the death of Joe Paterno are out of luck, as eBay has pulled multiple listings offering tickets to the Penn State coach’s public memorial service. On Thursday, Penn State plans to hold a service entitled “A Memorial For Joe” inside the 16,000-seat Bryce Jordan Center. It’ll be streamed online and broadcast on cable, …

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Steve Jobs Statue Shows The Tech Giant Waving? Eating? Flashing Gang Signs?

It only took a couple months, but someone has already erected a statue of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The bronze statue was apparently commissioned by Gabor Bojar, Founder and Chairman of GRAPHISOFT. It was sculpted by Hungarian artist Ermo Toth and stands proudly in front of the GRAPHISOFT headquarters. Oh yeah, and it’s in Budapest. According to a press …

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Apple’s Steve Jobs Memorial Site Scrolls Fan Messages From All Over The World

When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away earlier this month, there was a massive outpouring of support, condolences, tributes, memories and so on for a man who obviously meant a great deal to a lot of people. From the beginning, Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook directed people to share their thoughts on Steve Jobs by sending messages to rememberingsteve@apple.com. And …

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Steve Jobs Honored Around The Web

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 …

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Facebook Reminds Users How to Handle Death

If you’ve had a friend or loved-one die during the Facebook age, you may or may not have known that Facebook will memorialize their profile if you let them know about it. Facebook’s Max Kelly reminded us of the fact in a post on the company’s blog today.

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