The technology press is all atwitter about the resignation of Steve Jobs as the day-to-day leader of Apple. The hullabaloo is probably warranted given that his company's products have revolutionized the world. The Apple® I was the first personal computer, forever influencing the way people communicated and conducted business. The iPod® turned the music industry on its head because a music collection was now as mobile as the music collector. The iPhone® is a smart phone that's destroying other market segments, such as mobile gaming and global positioning systems. Meanwhile, people still are trying to wrap their heads around what the iPad® means to everyone's personal and professional lives. Arguably, Jobs might have the best resume of anyone alive today.