Since the death of Steve Jobs earlier this month, many Apple enthusiasts have sent messages to the company expressing their memories, thoughts and feelings about the Apple co-founder. Now Apple is making those messages public, launching a “Remembering Steve” page on its website where you can go read some of the notes that were submitted.
The notes on the page are on an auto-scroll, so a new message replaces the one on the top of the page every few minutes. Apple claims to have received messages from over a million people since Jobs’ death.
If you haven’t submitted a tribute yet (and want to) you can still do so at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your contribution will then be added to the scrolling messages on the site.