For those of you who haven't heard, Steve Jobs, founder of Apple and technological visionary, died today. He's been fighting cancer for years, so it's not super surprising.
I have to say, as much as I have become less enamored with Macs, without the progress that Jobs had made, the idea of making computers accessible to the general public and marrying the form and functionality, have made computers and other electronics the way of the future. If electronics were not easy to use, then very few people would use them.
I'm not saying that Jobs was the one who invented easy-to-use gadgets, but he popularized them, which makes them more viable options in the future.
With that said, may I suggest anyone with Apple stock consider selling it, not a mad dash though. Jobs kept that place afloat, and I'm very wary with what Apple will do next.