This doesn't have much to do with the theme of this blog but, Ah Shit. I've personally been using Steve Jobs computers since I bought a NeXT Station and laster printer in 1991 with $10k of my fellowship money in grad school. I still have it: last time I checked, it still worked. Except for a couple of brief unhappy intervals when I was obliged to use Windows systems, I've been immersed long hours every day in Steve Jobs approved environments ever since. It's impossible not to grieve his passing, and copiously. He has almost single-handedly stood for the idea that technological devices should also be an artistic and harmonious fit with the human psyche. He was the world's greatest product manager.
It isn't going to be the same without him.