Man designs route in Tokyo as tribute to Steve Jobs

Man designs route in Tokyo as tribute to Steve Jobs

In what we think is a little borderline obssesive, one Tokyo going Apple fanboy created a 13-mile jogging track which by all means is impressive. What makes it more impressive is the route he took, which as you can see in the picture above, turns out to create Apple’s famous logo, all as a tribute to Steve Jobs apparently.

Using Runkeeper to track his movements around Tokyo, and the GPS on his phone (which we’d stake our lives on was an iPhone) he set up running around Tokyo to create the famous logo, clearly making use of the ample time he had. Joseph Tame then obviously uploaded this picture onto the internet and here we are.

The great this is that the track’s pretty scenic as well, as the signature ‘bite’ on the logo as the route around the bite is actually running past the  renown Imperial Palace. Pretty cool in a way. In a way we also think it was a waste of time, unless Steve Jobs acknowledges it, thought he might as we hear he has plenty of time up his sleeves these days.


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