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It’s intensive and very emotional, not only by his tearful speech but also by the way how the employee audiences turned the whole thing like a rock star concert. I am not his fan. In fact, blame him for making so many mistakes to let Apple to built there realm that Microsoft is now hard to catch up, even now after he’s stepped down as the leader in Microsoft. But I do respect him for his genuine love to Microsoft, Technology, and being so unique in the tech industry as a speaker, and performer.
The sound he picked in the end was a classic movie Dirty Dancing final song named (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes. As Steve put in his final speech, it’s a perfect song that matches everything about him. Now, I’ve had to admit that I’m kind of starting to like him. He’s not only got the guts, but also the taste.
Now, let’s hear what you think about this ending comparing to Bill Gate’s epic last day at work in 2008.
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