Never before has so much depended on the success of a 10" LED backlit screen. With the economy in shambles and the media a mess, newspapers, magazines and book publishers are suddenly forced to look to Steven Jobs to save their jobs. No longer just Silicon Valley's best-known visionary, Jobs has positioned himself as the Messiah for an entire industry on the road to obsolescence. Writers and publishers, members of a once noble profession, today find themselves as beleaguered characters in the Book of Job--or is it Jobs?