Stars take to Twitter to talk about Steve Jobs

October 5, 2011 - 9:10 PM
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FILE - In this Sept. 5, 2007, file photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces the Apple Nano in San Francisco. Apple on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011 said Jobs has died. He was 56. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)

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.