Like all humans, his time came... and went. It went seemingly too soon, yet his electronic legacy lives on.
From a wooden cased Apple I (soon to be II) in his garage to the Macintosh realm, then to the family of iPhones, his creative imagination was responsible for things that have radically affected our daily living.
For better or worse, his ideas have married themselves into the fabric of our lives.
For better, quick communication and great computers have made life easier and more efficient.
For worse, we have to wonder about time wasted with inane texting or incessant surfing.
Both sets of circumstances reflect the ongoing battle the human race has encountered when ideas, technology and scripture merge into the reality of existing in a high tech universe.
The ultimate question remains; are there absolute guidelines, principles or rules that govern the use of these cool devices?
Or is that simply ancient rhetorical museing?