This is a quote I got from an article by Lucas Hauser's at mired.com '"This is why we do what we do," Steve finally says, yet again, with a tear in his eye, after showing us the 300th photo of a drooling baby. Steve, you used to be cool. Macs were about changing the world and eliminating the bourgeoisie. Now its about yuppie parents fawning over digital representations of their progeny. What happened to you, man?' While I don't share Hauser's bitterness, or his antipathy to children, does anyone else ever long for those old days when Apple claimed that the personal computer's "pièce de résistance" would be nothing less than a revolution in the social order? I refer to the Steve Jobs who dropped acid, meditated in India, hacked Ma Bell, and evisioned the first Mac as a counter-hegemonic tool. Is anyone else nostalgic for the lean, scrappy, ideological Steve, buried under that domesticated, ideologically quiescent, pudgy-jawed visage? Eesh! I've spoken too harshly. I like Jobs and I like Apple and the new, more human-centric, iMac. I like UNIX for the common man. I like what I can do with firewire and DV. I was just being nostalgic. . . .