The last mobile bombshell?

While not unexpected given the length and severity of his health problems, Steve Jobs stepping from the helm of Apple to chairman of the board certainly is a very heavy shoe dropping indeed. You don’t have to be an Apple devotee to appreciate his disruptive transformation of personal computing from the 1980s to today; Ed. Donna, like many others, learned the nuts and bolts of computing on a souped-up Mac IIci (courtesy of her employer at the time, Avis). You cannot argue with the success of the iPad (nor the iPhone or iPod)–and the fact that Jobs revived a half-dead company post-John Sculley (who should have stuck to Pepsi). What do you think will be the future of Apple with the present COO now the hand-picked successor, and will they maintain their stealthy path into healthcare? Steve Jobs Resigns (Wall Street Journal)