Will Steve Jobs be America’s Lady Di? It would seem possible given this report (with photos) from Apple Insider:
Mourning the loss of Steve Jobs, many who admired the man and appreciate his contributions to the world have shown their respects by placing flowers, candles, notes and apples outside of the Apple Store on New York City’s Fifth Avenue.
Though the glass cube that serves as the store’s entrance remains under wraps as construction continues, Apple fans have taken to paying their respects at the front steps of the retail location. The Fifth Avenue store is an East Coast hub for Apple, serving as one of the most heavily trafficked stores in the world with its instantly recognizable grand entrance.
People began to gather outside the store Wednesday night as news of Jobs’s passing spread. Thursday morning, the site remained active, with members of the media present to cover the story, and admirers of Jobs coming by to pay their respects.
Question: How many people showed up at the Apple store versus Wall Street for the “protest”?