Here's How All The Big Names In Tech Responded To Steve Jobs' Resignation

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Where were you when you heard Steve Jobs resigned?

One of the greatest entrepreneurs, leaders, and CEOs of our time has given up his post at Apple, and everyone has something to say about it.

We’ve put together reactionary tweets from top tech pundits to give you a feel for how Steve’s departure from Apple has effected them.

Harry McCracken, founder of Technologizer and TIME columnist

Benedict Evans, tech analyst

Henry Blodget, Editor In Chief/CEO of Business Insider

Jim Cramer, host of Mad Money

Dennis Crowley, Co-Founder of Foursquare

Nicholas Carlson, Deputy Editor at Business Insider

Josh Topolsky, Editor In Chief of This Is My Next, ex-Engadget Editor In Chief

Marco Arment, Mac developer and pundit

David Pogue, New York Times tech columnist

John Gruber, Apple pundit

Michael Arrington, Editor In Chief and CEO of TechCrunch

Glenn Fleishman, Economist writer and TidBits Editor

Jim Dalrymple, editor of The Loop

Michael Gartenberg, tech analyst at Gartner

Jeff Jarvis, new media expert and journalism school professor

Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com

Dave Pell, internet journalist

MG Siegler, TechCrunch writer

Tim Stevens, Editor In Chief of Engadget

Dan Moren, Editor at Macworld

Matt Buchanan, Deputy Editor at Gizmodo

Herb Greenberg, senior stock commentator at CNBC

John Shahidi, co-founder and CEO of RockLive

Om Malik, founder of GigaOM

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