I was working on a different Google+ Insider's Guide post when suddenly, my Google+ stream started filling up with news of Steve Jobs' death. Since that moment, many people in the tech industry have paused to reflect on the legacy that Steve Jobs left behind, and talk about what his vision meant for the rest of the industry, and for them personally. There's no tech sector that was untouched by Steve Jobs' influence, and that includes Google.
You can do a search on Google+ for "Steve Jobs" to see how people are paying their respects and sharing their fond memories of Apple experiences.
+Larry Page wrote briefly about the impact that Steve Jobs had on him as he became the CEO of Google: "His focus on the user experience above all else has always been an inspiration to me. He was very kind to reach out to me as I became CEO of Google and spend time offering his advice and knowledge even though he was not at all well."
+Guy Kawasaki found out about Steve Jobs' death right before he was about to give a seminar for the Social Media Examiner. So he decided to change the topic and talk about what Steve Jobs meant to him.
+Matthew Levine and many others shared Steve Jobs' famous and inspiring 2005 commencement address, given to Stanford graduates.
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