If you’re looking for some worthwhile insights and thoughts on the web about Steve Jobs, you’ll be glad to know there’s a lot of really great and inspiring (and sometimes funny) reflections out there on the web today. We’d like to show you a few of the better ones… right after the jump.
Excerpts from an Oral History Interview with Steve Jobs
The Smithsonian interviews Jobs in 1995 and, as Andy Inatkho says, this is probably as close to a Steve Jobs autobiography as we ever got.
Steve Jobs on brand simplicity
Explaining why a brand needs to be simple. Great insight into his philosophies that formed Apple’s public image.
Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford address
The now-legendary speech to graduates that gave them advice and wisdom about how to live their lives by holding a mirror up to how he lived his.
Steve Jobs: a personal remembrance
Ars Technica’s John Siracusa offers smart and warm recollections about Jobs.
Universe Dented, Grass Underfoot
John Gruber remembers Jobs with sentiment but not saccharine.
Steve Jobs Was Always Kind To Me (Or, Regrets of An Asshole)
A very interesting reflection from Gizmodo’s Brian Lam about Gizmodo’s handling of the iPhone 4 prototype. It’s a controversial article that (despite the title) makes an attempt to make Gizmodo sound like they weren’t jerks.
RIP Steve Jobs — a man who truly changed the world
Andy Inatkho’s tribute for the Chicago Sun-times. If there’s anyone in this world who loves Steve Jobs for his contributions to the tech world, it’s Inatkho.
Remembering Steve Jobs
Apple’s own brief and tasteful tribute page.
Tim Cook’s email to Apple employees
I particularly like how, though professional and subdued, you can feel Cook’s admiration for Jobs in every word.
XKCD’s Eternal Flame
A fitting tribute.
I don’t know what to say, but I’m going to try anyway
Macgasm’s Joshua Schnell offers his heartfelt thoughts and reflections on the man who made Macgasm worth doing.
If you’ve seen a tribute or remembrance that struck you as special and worth seeing, let us know in the comments.