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Steve Jobs' Life: Tim Cook, Mike Daisey And Others Honor Apple Co-Founder On One-Year Anniversary

10/05/2012 02:55 pm ET | Updated Oct 05, 2012

One year ago, on this very day, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 56.

Jobs has been praised as a breathtaking genius and vilified as a morally bankrupt megalomaniac. He's been hailed a modern-day Nikola Tesla, and he's been slammed for being a "world-class jerk."

Hate him or love him, one thing is undeniable: Steve Jobs' far-reaching legacy is one that has changed the world we live in.

On Friday, as Apple marked the anniversary of Jobs' death with a moving video tribute, many others -- including tech writers, industry pundits, celebrities and Apple fans -- have spoken up in remembering the man and the legend, the hero and the scoundrel.

R.I.P Steve Jobs.

Click through this slideshow to read how others are remembering the tech mastermind on this day:

Remembering Steve Jobs

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