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Runner Makes 21km Apple Logo to Pay Tribute to Steve Jobs

A Tokyo based runner ran 21km making a GPS Apple logo to pay tribute to Steve Jobs, reports CNET.
Media producer Joseph Tame started out near the Imperial Palace, went through Roppongi, and weaved around Shinjuku to Kagurazaka. The "bite" in the apple curves around the Imperial Palace, which is the main residence of the emperor, notes CNET.
Tame used a contraption he calls the iRun to mount four iPhones that recorded video and data for the two hour run.
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