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Submission + - A 21km long Apple logo pays tribute to Steve Jobs

An anonymous reader writes: To pay his tribute to Steve Jobs, Joseph Tame, a media producer and a marathon runner from Tokyo, ran 21 kms in 2 hours starting from the western side of the Imperial Palace, across to Roppongi, through Omotesando, then up to Shinjuku. The leaf is in Kagurazaka, and the start/finish point just by the entrance to Yasukuni Shrine.. The route when mapped shows the famous Apple logo in the center of Tokyo, Japan.
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A 21km long Apple logo pays tribute to Steve Jobs

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