The 21km Tribute to Steve Jobs



Joseph Tame has only been an Apple product-owner for five years (since he purchased a 5th gen iPod Classic) but he's happily professed his love of the company's tech since. Tame claims that "[h]aving an iPhone really has changed [his] life," and as a tribute to Steve Jobs after the recent news of his resignation, Tame used his iPhone's Runkeeper app to record his 21km logo-shaped marathon through the streets of Tokyo. To read more about the tribute and see other works of GPS art, check out Tame's Art of Running. Link

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Wow, job well done! Ignore the haters... you are obviously a runner, so wether you run in a straight freakin line or any other path you choose, you are going to run. So, as some, you are touched by the news of SJ resigning, you alter your path to come up with this ingenious tribute... kudos! Ignore the ignorant haters (for the most part I am betting can barely run to the fridge...)
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