Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.
I would like to take this opportunity to share my personal thoughts and condolence.
I still remember watching his speech for the first time at the coffee shop in LA back in 2005.
I was originally a PC user, but I had to make the switch to Mac because of Final Cut Pro, the video editing software. After spending a lot of money to PC, I was very reluctant to switch to Mac.
But his Stanford speech and the outstanding keynote presentation during 2005 WWDC changed my mind to true fan of Steve Jobs.
YokosoNews could not exist without his vision.
His Stanford speech was the one of the reason why I started YokosoNews.
None of my friends believed in YokosoNews. Nobody believed in the importance of disaster coverage before March 11.
I don't just believe his words, but also to execute it.
I, Katz, worship Japanese curry.
When I was a starving student and startving filmmaker, a dish of $6.99 chicken cutlet curry rice at the LA's Japanese fast food restaurant was a only treat.
I do not want to forget the hungry and frontier spirit that I gained when I was in LA.
This is the reason why I chose Japanese curry rice for YokosoNews signature dish.
Well, Japanese food has other delicious foods, such as sushi, ramen and etc. But I decided to focus on Japanese curry.
There is only one reason. I wanted to stay foolish.
I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to Steve Jobs.
Without him, there were no YokosoNews. I couldn't have had my guts to follow my passion. I could not built the courage to continue the disaster updates.
We have no time to sob. We stay hungry. We need to eat. We stay foolish. We continue to produce entertaining contents.