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Two views of Steve Jobs on an iron fence on Bond Street in lower Manhattan. Neighbors said they didn’t know where the tribute came from, but noticed it on the day of Jobs’ death. By the way, not sure how official it is or where exactly it’s honored, but today is Steve Jobs Day. On a personal note, the day Jobs died, so did the startup chime on our MacBook. Which is a little iGoosebumpy. (via Village Voice)

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