“California governor Jerry Brown declared that Sunday, October 16th would be Steve Jobs Day for the state,” Electronista reports.
“While strictly for observance and not time off, it would give the late Apple co-founder a treatment normally reserved for non-corporate heroes,” Electronista reports. “The day coincides with a private memorial at Stanford and may be synchronized.”
Electronista reports, “Jobs’ receiving a special day, even if minor, reflects sentiments that Jobs was a boon to California.”
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