Apple founder Steve Jobs died today after a long battle with a rare form of pancriatic cancer. Just last month he stepped down as CEO of Apple because of his health issues, and is now gone at the age of 56. I’ve been a huge Mac user for over a decade now and have the utmost respect for Mr. Jobs. In my opinion, he was the single most important person in the world of computers. He was a leader and a visionary, the likes of whom we probably won’t see again anytime soon. His first, and only, authorized biography is due to be released next month. Jess and I both can’t wait to read it. R.I.P. Steve Jobs.