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  <figcaption id ="img-caption" > Steve jobs @ Stanford </figcaption>

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  <a href = "" target = "_blank" id="author">Tribute page by Andre bormans<a/>
  <h1 id= "title">The tribute page of Steve Jobs! </h1>
    <p id ="quote1"> “The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” - Steve Jobs </p> 
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  <h2> Here is the timeline of Steve Jobs</h2>
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      <li><strong>1955</stong> -  Steven Paul Jobs is born in San Francisco</li><br>
      <li><strong>1968</strong> - Jobs calls Bill Hewlett, the co-founder and co-namesake of Hewlett-Packard, looking for spare parts to build a frequency counter. Hewlett gives Jobs the parts, as well as an internship with the company that summer.</li><br>
      <li> <strong> 1972 </strong> - Graduates from Homestead High School in Cupertino, California </li><br>
      <li><strong> 1976 </strong> - Co-founds Apple Computer with Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. That same year, the company sells the Apple I in the form of a kit that sells for $666.66. </li><br>
      <li><strong>1977</strong> - Releases the Apple II, the first commercially available personal computer in a plastic case with color graphics--and Apple's first successful personal computer. </li> <br>
      <li><strong>1980</strong> - Apple goes public, putting Jobs' net worth north of $200 million.</li> <br>
      <li><strong>1985</strong> - CEO John Sculley engineers Jobs' ouster from Apple. Jobs resigns as Apple chairman, saying in a board meeting, "I've been thinking a lot, and it's time for me to get on with my life. It's obvious that I've got to do something. I'm 30 years old." Soon thereafter, Jobs starts NeXT Computer (which later becomes NeXT Software), funded by selling $70 million of his Apple stock. An "interpersonal" NeXT workstation, sporting a built-in Ethernet port, is used by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN to become the first server of the World Wide Web.</li> <br>
      <li> <strong> 1996 </strong> - Returns to Apple, after it buys NeXT for $429 million. </li> <br>
      <li> <strong> 1997 </strong> - 
Introduces the Apple Store, which lets consumers custom-order Apple products directly from the company online. </li> <br>
      <li><strong>2001 <strong> - Introduces the Ipod </li> <br>
        <li><strong> 2006  </strong> - iTunes sells its billionth song: "I hope that every customer, artist and music company executive takes a moment today to reflect on what we've achieved together during the past three years."</li> <br>
        <li><strong> 2007 </strong> - Drops "Computer" from Apple's name. Introduces the iPhone: "iPhone is a revolutionary and magical product that is literally five years ahead of any other mobile phone...We are all born with the ultimate pointing device--our fingers--and iPhone uses them to create the most revolutionary user interface since the mouse." Apple owns 19.1 percent of the smartphone market as of August 2011, having shipped 108 million iPhones worldwide as of March 2011. </li> <br>
        <li><strong> 2008 </strong> - Introduces the App Store as an update to iTunes. Also introduces the MacBook Air. The App Store facilitated 18 billion app downloads as of October 4, 2011.</li><br>
        <li><strong> 2010 </strong> - Introduces the iPad. Apple sells 500,000 iPads during their first week on the market and gains 84 percent of the tablet market by the end of the year, with an estimated 12.9 million shipped as of December 10, 2010, and 25 million shipped worldwide as of June 2011. That same month, the company discloses that it has sold 200 million iOS devices. </li> <br>
        <li><strong> 2011 </strong> - Steve Jobs dies at home, surrounded by his family </li>
<footer id="tribute-link">
 <a href="" target = "_blank"> If you have time, you should read more about Steve Jobs on his Wikipedia entry. </a>


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