This afternoon, the world learned the news of the death of Steve Jobs. While reading various tributes to him, I came across a YouTube video of the commencement address he gave to the Stanford graduating class of 2005. In a bubble, the speech is excellent and thought-provoking. However, in the context of two topics that have been on my mind so much this past year (education revolution and the choice to take the risk of being a divergent thinker/doer), it was especially poignant. So as my smallest tribute, I want to share these special thoughts from a special man, who as far as I can tell, lived a life worth living.