updated 03:45 pm EST, Fri February 24, 2012
Apple co-founder would have turned 57
Two New York City Apple fans are hosting a posthumous birthday party for Apple co-founder Steve Jobs outside Apple's Fifth Avenue retail store, the New York Post reports. The event is already underway, but should last until about 5PM Eastern time. People are expected to dance to music by Bob Dylan while the event's organizers hand out vegetarian birthday cake and black turtlenecks.
Jobs died of pancreatic cancer on October 5th. Had he survived, today he would have been 57. The executive developed a cult following during his lifetime, mainly for being so closely linked to his company's popular products.