“Steve Jobs’ resignation as CEO of Apple has prompted emotional words from consumers, tech leaders, and journalists alike,” Boonsri Dickinson reports for CNET. “For some, however, words can only say so much.”

“Media producer Joseph Tame showed his appreciation in a more visual way, using two iPhones (plus his legs) to map the equivalent of a digital heart for Steve Jobs,” Dickinson reports. “Tame, a marathon runner from Tokyo, ran 13 miles in 2 hours, with a specific route in mind: the Apple logo.”

Dickinson reports, “Using the Runkeeper app to track his path through the center of Toyko, Tame’s iPhone automatically drew the Apple logo…”

Runner Joseph Tame ran a half marathon in the shape of the Apple logo to pay tribute to Steve Jobs.

Runner Joseph Tame ran a half marathon in the shape of the Apple logo to pay tribute to Steve Jobs. (Credit: New Launches)

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