"The sweep of his imagination is illustrated by the caprice of his 313 registered patents: power adaptors, laptop hinges, display cases, operating system configurations, packaging, “graphical user interface methods.
In short, he was the Shakespeare of our time. Five centuries from now, the gasp-inducing sweep of his influence will be contested by humans we can barely conceive of, all using variations of the tools he helped create. No one will believe that one person could do all that he has done." (emphasis mine)
Even a business-oriented marketing enthusiast like Duane Morin over at Shakespeare Geek, who was somehow able to wax poetic over Jobs' 'humanities' bent-- "King Jobs"-- might agree with me on this one.