My only link to Mr. Jobs is this MacBook, and it has served me well. It is a well-made, durable product. From my limited experience, it seems to me that Mr. Jobs was a solid craftsman who employed other solid craftsman to perfect the art of solid craftsmanship. None of this has anything to do with his personality, faults/strengths as a leader, the breadth/depth of his vision, or the degree to which he did/did not change the world. All I know is that my computer has done what I needed it to do, and with more efficiency, for a longer time than any other comparable product I have ever purchased. Steve Jobs’s company provided me with this product. If all he was known for was successfully running a company that provided a reliable, useful product that satisfied its customers, that would be rare and wonderful enough in a marketplace crowded with products that are designed to be (simultaneously, paradoxically) the newest and obsolete. After three years, my laptop basically still works as well as the day I bought it.