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In Case You Forgot, Today is Steve Jobs Day

Remember that project we told you about, say two weeks ago, that was the brainchild of one Todd Slutzky, a creative director at Atlanta-based Studiocom? Well, friends, the day has come and Slutzky and crew are marking today, Oct. 14, as Steve Jobs day. When the site initially launched, it was to honor Jobs, who just resigned, but of course now, it’s taken a different tone as it celebrates his life and work via a host of uploaded pics featuring people striking that familiar Jobs pose.

Anyways, Slutzky’s initial intention was to have people dress up today in the Apple co-founder’s peculiar, yet iconic attire and what auspicious timing it is that Steve Jobs Day arrives just as the iPhone 4S hits shelves. Yes, we’re thinking that was the intention all along. If posing like Jobs wasn’t enough for you, there’s also that Tumblr site which complements this tribute.

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Don’t Forget to Dress the Part for ‘Steve Jobs Day’

On October 14, get ready to bust out your black turtleneck, jeans and specs as creative director Todd Slutzky, who works out of Atlanta-based Studiocom, is celebrating the legacy of now-resigned Apple don Steve Jobs by, what else, dressing up as him. Slutzky, who has ordained that Friday as “Steve Jobs Day,” tells us, “I had the idea and my agency has been generous enough to support me in [bringing] the project to life. It was born from the sincere acknowledgment about what a tremendous affect Steve’s work has had on my life and career and on the lives of so many others in our field and many others.”

To promote this “event” of sorts, Slutzky and his crew have also created Tumblr sites that look back on Jobs history and, of course, cats. Now, we just have to figure out if this tribute is better than what the Pantless Knights came up with.