Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Steve Jobs, the Founder and former CEO of Apple died today after a long battle with cancer. The 56 year old did for technology -- what Rockne did for college football, Edison for inventors, Ford for manufacturers and Walton for retailers.
I'm using a MAC -- the best computing platform on the planet -- to write this blog, which is linked to the internet via a hubspot on my iPhone.
Thank you MR. JOBS! You did good -- real good.
I leave you with one of the greatest speeches ever made at a commencement ceremony -- Steve Jobs at Stanford in 2005 -- you need to watch this!
LINK: STEVE JOBS RIP
Posted by Jim Small at 10:19 PM
LINK: MIKE FRANK'S POWER HOUR
Posted by Jim Small at 10:07 PM
The University of Notre Dame announced this afternoon that it would be taking its "#1 ranked hockey road show" to the east coast in the fall of 2013 -- when the Irish join Hockey East. While I was selfishly hoping Notre Dame would join "THE NATIONAL" -- I can see the benefits associated with heading east to play the likes of Boston College, Boston U and others.
Frankly, I believe this league will provide a much easier path for ND to make the NCAA Tournament each year. And, I wouldn't be surprised to hear that Hockey East (now that it has Notre Dame) will hold it's annual conference championship at Madison Square Garden... Here's a link to today's announcement:
LINK: IRISH JOIN HOCKEY EAST
LINK: COACH JACKSON -- TALKIN' HOCKEY EAST
LINK: COLLEGE HOCKEY NEWS
LINK: ESPN BLOG
Posted by Jim Small at 9:55 PM
LINK: NOTRE DAME'S DESIRE
Posted by Jim Small at 9:37 PM