Reuters has apparently stated that the new play on Steve Jobs titled “The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs” which is going to hit the Public Theatre screens next week is not a straight homage to Jobs. Although aware of Jobs’ imminent death out of his chronic ailment, the production team of the play did not know the exact date of Jobs’ death during the process of their production of the play. But the homage tint on the release date cannot completely be washed out. Viewers of the play would certainly sense the eulogy in it. The homage aspect of the news of Reuter is pure rhetoric which insists a mourner not to weep. Had Jobs been alive on the release date of the play, then Reuter would have certainly shed the term ‘homage’. The Time of India has cited Jobs’ saying “Don’t let the noise of others drown out your own inner voice. And the most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” The attempt of the news is to sneak into the hearts of readers and into their intuition. This is also an approach similar to that of Reuter by highlighting a ‘NO’ to stress a ‘YES’. FirstPost has openly expressed its fear over the future of APPLE by saying, “it will take time to judge whether the company, without Jobs, will continue to have the ability to change the rules in whatever industry it enters as before.” Although every reader would be aware that the loss of a CEO would have its impact on the development of a firm.