Steve Jobs, 1955-2011
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Steve Jobs, 1955-2011

What can we say that hasn’t been said by the people who knew him, worked with him, lived with him.

Steve Jobs was a perfectionist, a revolutionary, a visionary. Every little detail mattered, but still keeping the big picture in mind. He truly was a genius, and left his dent in the universe in ways many don’t even know.

Steve always knew the right words to say something, sometimes making a point with just a mere few words. And I’ll keep it like that here.

Picture by JUSTIN SULLIVAN

The Author: Kris Van de Sande

As an international photographer, Kris encounters many sides of the entertainment business. Passionated by Star Tours, he founded EndorExpress in 2002.

Comments 5

  1. Jeroen Huylebroeck
    Oct 6, 2011

    Jammere dood, maar weinig relevant voor een site als Endor Express met als thema “Star Tours”, toch?

  2. Kris Van de Sande
    Oct 6, 2011

    No, we did report it because he has many ties to Disney (on the Board of Directors), Founder of PIXAR (bought it from George Lucas).

  3. Josey
    Oct 12, 2011

    No, we did report it because he has many ties to Disney (on the Board of Directors), Founder of PIXAR (bought it from George Lucas).
    +1

  4. Jeroen Huylebroeck
    Oct 13, 2011

    Glad you accepted the post, it’s a sign of net neutrality, much appreciated! (thumbs-upp).

    Still, Star Tours is not made by Pixar, and as you said yourself Lucas is the founder, not Jobs.

    Since you’re so keen on net neutrality, I do hope you’ll be reporting on Susan Arnold, John E. Bryson, John S. Chen, Judith L. Estrin, Robert A. Iger, Fred H. Langhammer, Aylwin B. Lewis, Monica C. Lozano, Robert W. Matschullat, John E. Pepper, Jr., Sheryl Sandberg and Orin C. Smith since they’re all on the Disney BoD.

    They too would be glad if they get a complete webpage on this site when they die.

    (My honest opinion is that you spoke from your own voice in this case, and not from Endor Expres’ voice. Alway be mindful not to mix up corporate and web identity with your personal identity)

  5. Kris Van de Sande
    Oct 17, 2011

    Well, this is something completely different than Net Neutrality, more objective reporting. We also post news from Indiana Jones, Tron, and others we think that might interest our readers. Still, this is 2 degrees from the 2 companies that did make Star Tours happen.

    Also, We did report on the passing of Roy E. Disney. (http://www.endorexpress.net/2009/12/roy-e-disney-1930-2009/), and will continue to post other news that we find fitting for the site. We do discuss things as a team, and this was brought up by a fellow reporter to post it.

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