The Ultra-Secure Steve Jobs Memorial Service

A week after Steve Jobs's private funeral, high-profile politicians, Silicon Valley stars and celebrities gathered at a Stanford memorial service for the former Apple CEO. The event had "ultra-tight security," reports Peter Delevet for Silicon Valley's Mercury News, but reports have trickled out giving us an idea of how last night's star studded service looked. Reports estimate somewhere between 100 and 1,200 guests convened at Stanford University's Memorial Church. Delevet points out that the church maxes out at 1,200, but The Wall Street Journal's Jessica Vascellaro and Ian Sherr peg the number as somewhere in the hundreds.

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