Steve Jobs, the man who arguably did more to shape how people think of and use technology, died today. He had suffered pancreatic cancer and had undergone a liver transplant.
To focus on Jobs’ death is the wrong thing to do. Rather, we should celebrate the life of a man who lived far more than most people, and touched more lives than we can possibly imagined. In many ways, today we live in the world Jobs made. Between Apple and Pixar, it’s a rare human being on this planet that can say they’ve never encountered the hand of Steve Jobs.