Thanks to Steve Jobs, it's way more likely that you learned about his death from a smartphone than a newspaper, but editors all over the world paid tribute to Jobs' impact with impressive and often sentimental front pages.

This front page from Jobs' home, Palo Alto, California, calls attention to his status as a powerful thought-leader and innovator, while other papers reference the creativity of his product designs or his iconic personality. It's somehow fitting that like great individuals before him, Jobs has been treated to homages in newsprint and ink—even if he spent most of his life switching the world over to bits.

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We pulled some of our favorite front pages off the daily round up of more than 800 over at the Newseum. Click "expand" on the bottom right of images to see more.

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The Daily News—Palo Alto, CA

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The San Jose Mercury News—San Jose, CA

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The Chicago Tribune—Chicago, Il

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RedEye—Chicago, Il

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Diario de Pernambuco—Recife, Brazil

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United Evening News—Taipei, Taiwan

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The Examiner—San Francisco, CA

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The Star Advertiser—Honolulu, Hi

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The Ledger Independent—Maysville, KY

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The Bismarck Tribune—Bismarck, ND

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The New York Times—New York, NY

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A Gazeta—Vitória, Brazil

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Diario do Comercio—Sao Paulo, Brazil

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The Bakersfield Californian—Bakersfield, CA


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am NY—New York, NY

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The Daily Journal—San Mateo, California

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The Denver Post—Denver, CO

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Metro—Boston, MA

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Vanguardia—Mexico

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