US Postal Service to issue commemorative Steve Jobs stamp next year

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
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The late Steve Jobs will be honored by the United States Postal Service with a commemorative stamp in 2015. The stamp, selected by the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC), will be part of a collectible series printed next year according...

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Agreed Please dont forget Bradley Manning also. Snowden and Manning should be national hero.
Now the question?
what Mr Steve Jobs done for to deserved be in a USPS stamp?
I remember they create technology and monopoly with ATT make billions.He has done nothing for me neither humanity.
I guess USPS look how much cash in your pocket so They can issue a stamp for you? sad sad sad day America
 

mailpup

TS Special Forces
You guys do know that you have to die before you can be considered to be on a stamp don't you?
 

captaincranky

TechSpot Addict
You guys do know that you have to die before you can be considered to be on a stamp don't you?
At least so it would seem, once upon a time in the US. If NBC's Olympic coverage is accurate, championship athletes have had stamps to honor them, while still alive, and even still competing.

And then there's this,(Sept. 26, 2011), courtesy of Time Magazine : http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/09/26/u-s-stamps-to-feature-a-living-person-for-the-first-time-ever/

Ergo, since Jobs was a prima ballerina in the douche arena for decades, he earns a stamp on multiple fronts! (Am I allowed to say that)?
 
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I wonder, how much does apple need to pay the US Postal Service to issue this iStamp?