More details are emerging about Steve Jobs's final days, and with them, coverage is shifting from how the Apple visionary spent his life to what happens now that he's gone. Inevitably, there's a lot of talk about the money, not only Jobs's $6.7 billion fortune but also the future of the world's most valuable technology that he founded. Nobody seems too concerned that the world's largest technology company is in any jeopardy. The stock has held steady, and the blogs are already buzzing about the next big thing--it's probably a TV. The fate of Jobs's fortune is also the target of speculation, though some are already moving ahead with projects to chronicle (and profit from) telling the story of how he amassed it.
How Steve Jobs spent his final days. The New York Times offers a glimpse into the man's last weeks--the preparations he made for his children, the ways he said goodbye to friends, the security vehicles that guarded his home. Among other things, Jobs had dinner with loved ones and tended to the final drafts of his biography. "Steve made choices," his doctor and friend Dean Ornish told The Times. "I once asked him if he was glad that he had kids, and he said, 'It's 10,000 times better than anything I've ever done.'"