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Steve Jobs might be best remembered for his products, but the Times pointed out this weekend that he also leaves behind a legacy of great store design. "In many ways, the retail architecture is simply the largest box in which an Apple product is wrapped," writes James B. Stewart, "and Mr. Jobs was famously attentive to every detail in an Apple product’s presentation and customer experience." [NYT]