Well I'm sad today upon hearing this news. This man certainly enriched the course of my life, obviously not alone from Wosniac in the early days to Jonathan Ive more recently, but he was the Lynchpin, the man that made it all happen.
From the moment I first saw they're little Mac Classic hitched up to a laser imagesetter, I must have owned pretty much everything they built from the iicx to my xserves, they were not the originators, I owned a windows device with infra red mouse and cordless keyboard built by the Scottish company Apricot two years prior to Apple and the man that set computing back ten years, Gates and Windoze.
But Jobs didn't just change computers, Pixar studios brought joy to millions, today the world is a lessor place without the guy.
O.K. so life will carry on and there are many other gifted people that will continue the tradition.
Job was cool, I'll miss him, funny I just cancelled my sub to Macuser mag only yesterday thinking there's not much more they can do for me now, the Jobs done.
RIP Steve I'm grateful for your presence in my world.