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22 Oct 2015 

99% Wall Street protesters boo CEOs, but mourn Steve Jobs

They protest corporate greed and income inequality. They've highlighted so often how the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans have so much political influence that their rallying cry, written on signboards, has become "We are the 99%."





But just as the 99% Wall Street protesters or Occupy Wall Street movement was gaining momentum and attention across the United States, some of its participants took time out to mourn the passing of one of the wealthiest corporate icons of them all: Steve Jobs, worth an estimated $7 billion, former CEO of Apple, the world's No. 2 most valuable corporation.

Sad to announce the death of Steve Jobs, a Twitter account called @OPWallStreet tweeted Wednesday night, not long after Mr. Jobs's death was announced. "Much of Occupy Wall Street and the tech community respect you & will miss you.

#OccupyWallStreet. RIP to a creative genius who helped make ALL these movements possible, tweeted @alphaleah.

So what gives? Do Jobs and Apple not count as part of America's corporate elite?



Steve Jobs and Apple are complicated," says R. Luke Dubois, a professor of integrated digital media at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in New York. "On one side, people are railing against corporate greed, and theyre doing it on iPads from a company that trades at $400 per share.... But the politics of Steve Jobs has always been to give the customer more tools to do what they want: to edit their own movies, make their own projects. And people in the developer community can write their own applications for the iPhone.

Indeed, the quick spread and loose organizational structure of the Occupy movement (in more than 500 cities worldwide and counting) wouldnt be possible without the products that Jobs made an integral part of everyday life.

Apples technology in terms of being open and sharable was very well-timed in terms of social media, like Facebook and Twitter, says Karen Sobel-Lojeski, a professor of technology and society at Stonybrook University in Stonybrook, N.Y.





Apple revolutionized the idea that your computing practice is constantly networked, Dr. DuBois says. If you zoom workforce management have a smartphone, you can communicate with a lot more people with more ease, and that idea that the computer is this thing you can carry around with you in your everyday life is really core to that movement.... Apple has been super successful with allowing people to do that."



Some detractors of the movement highlighted the irony.

LOL at "Occupy Wall Street" protesters who tweet 'RIP Steve Jobs' from their smartphones, tweeted @Kasloco, echoing the sentiments of many.

Some supporters complained that Jobs's passing was stealing attention away workforce management positions from their own protests.

But, by and large, people didnt see full-hearted support of Occupy Wall Street and the mourning of the billionaire head of a giant corporation as mutually exclusive, perhaps because of workforce management positions his public image.

Jobs was such a beloved person in comparison with someone like Bill Gates because his passion for people, and having fun, and making lives better always came through in workforce management white paper his products and message. Thats rare among billionaires, says Dr. Sobel-Lojeski.

His personal narrative suggests he would be very sympathetic to this sort of thing: college dropout, really influnced by '60s counterculture, adds DuBois Also, the Occupy Wall Street generation are young enough that they havent really been without him. Hes this weird, omnipresent, benevolent figure. Its like losing the pope or something.

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