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Celebs Take To Twitter To Mourn And Remember Steve Jobs

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Celebrities took to Twitter to share their thoughts about Steve Jobs’ death Wednesday. A sampling of posts:

“Steve lived the California Dream every day of his life and he changed the world and inspired all of us. (hash)ThankYouSteve” — Arnold Schwarzenegger.

“My heart weeps for all who worked with Steve and who loved him, especially my friend Laurene and their children.” — Maria Shriver.

“We will miss you, Steve Jobs. Sent lovingly from my iPhone.” — actress Jane Lynch.

“For those of us lucky enough to get to work with Steve, it’s been an insanely great honor. I will miss Steve immensely.” — Bill Gates.

“Had the pleasure of working for him and knowing him. He was our Edison. R.I.P. Steve Jobs.” — actor-writer-director Albert Brooks.

“Rest in Peace, Steve Jobs. Kinda can’t believe he’s gone. Carrying a little part of him in my pocket every day.” — actress Martha Plimpton.

“Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. Your genius will live on for generations to come…” — actor Neil Patrick Harris.

“Rest in peace, Steve Jobs. You’ve changed forever the world you leave behind.” — Katie Couric.

“Rare in a lifetime… To witness a single man revolutionize technology and the way we carry on with life as we know it… RIP Steve Jobs.” — actor Wilmer Valderrama.

“We lost a man of true vision today. Condolences to the whole Apple family.” — actor-director Jon Favreau.

“Such a sad day, I can trace my apple memories to the IIC when I was a kid. RIP.” — singer Josh Groban.

“You guys I’m sad about Steve Jobs too but SteveJobs2 comes out in like a month.” — actor Eli Roth.

“(hash)RIP (hash)SteveJobs, thank you for revolutionizing the way we listen to music. Your vision will not be forgotten.” — The Grammys (Recording Academy).

“Damn. RIP STEVE JOBS. Thanx for all the stuff you gave us. Life is Short. Live it up.” — rocker Benji Madden.

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