WAG FaceBook Update – Korff’s been off FaceBook for 7 days, and here he comes again, promising a TV show on his trip and then using the death of someone who is actually somewhat famous to ride that person’s accomplishment as he trolls for attention.
Kalvin says he feels numb. I know from personal experience, Korff has no feelings.
Fuck you Korff.
April 21, 2016
Kal Korff : Hi everyone. I am very sorry, please accept my sincere apologies, for not being online these last few days. I had to unexpectedly travel across India. I am now back and several thousand kilometers later, will be putting together a TV special on the trip I was honored with to travel all the way to near the Nepal border to document.
While I was away and unable to have a decent Internet connection, I learned of the passing of one of the greatest men I have ever known, former Apple/Claris CEO William Campbell, "Bill" Campbell, who was always an inspiration to me.
I will NEVER forget the impact he had on me and others. To be around him was truly inspirational, legendary in fact. Like Steve Jobs, a very good friend of his, he had that aura of incredibleness that is indescribable. You had to be there to appreciate it, and I am forever honored to have been there.
I will also NEVER forget the time he honored me and called me on the stage at an all employees meeting at Claris Corporation, where I worked for 6.5 years, (Claris was a software subsidiary of Apple, I was on the HyperCard software development team, the ancestor to what is now today the Internet, as well as in other positions such as Tech Support), and he honored me because a customer had written him a letter thanking me for the tremendous support I had given solving a really obscure technical problem. I will always be humbled by the fact that he held me up at this meeting as a living example of what distinguished Claris and Apple from every other company.
Bill was always approachable, and always let you know what he thought. It is going to take me some time to recover from this loss, I feel numb.
A living legend, he was humble, always honest, a man of incredible integrity and loyalty that Steve Jobs and others always appreciated and will never forget.
I will NEVER forget what it was like to work under him, to talk to him, to bask in his light. For he had that aura of incredibleness that as I say, you had to be there to experience it.
I know that I share the grievous loss my fellow Apple/Claris employees, who LOVED working for "Coach" -- Mr. Bill Campbell.