Three years of since his passing, it appears that Steve Jobs' legacy and memory are very much a part of Apple and Apple's executives. Earlier in the week, Apple CEO Tim Cook had sent an email asking employees to remember Jobs' influence on the world, and now on the anniversary of his death Cook and Apple marketing head Phil Schiller are both turning to Twitter to express their remembrance of Apple's late co-founder.
On Saturday evening, Cook had posted two messages to Twitter while backpacking through the Grand Canyon:
Remembering SJ, "You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever."
In Grand Canyon National Park backpacking and thinking of SJ and his many gifts to the world.
Schiller posted a short message Sunday morning:
Thinking of Steve #SteveJobs
Do you have a personal memory of Steve Jobs you'd like to share? What do you think were some of his greatest contributions to the world?