UNDATED (AP) — Thanks to Twitter and other social media, it hasn't taken celebrities long to react to the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Microsoft's Bill Gates said working with Jobs was "an insanely great honor." He said he'll miss Jobs immensely.
Actor, writer and director Albert Brooks, who says he knew Jobs, calls him "our Edison." Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says Jobs "lived the California Dream every day of his life."
Actress Jane Lynch noted that her condolences were being "Sent lovingly from my iPhone."
Not all the comments were serious. Actor Eli Roth said he, too, is sad about Jobs' death, but added that "SteveJobs2 comes out in like a month."