A premier issue of Macworld magazine autographed by Apple CEO Steve Jobs is being auctioned on eBay and drawing bids in excess of US$900 — comparable to prices paid for John D. Rockefeller or George Washington signatures. Michael Hecht, a director with the Universal Autograph Collectors Club (UACC), told c|net that a signature of George Washington goes for about $500 to $1,000 and Rockefeller gets about $250 to $500. “The prices people are willing to pay for Jobs is ridiculous,” Hecht said. “Even Jobs, who probably considers himself an important guy, wouldn’t consider himself this important.” Updated (01-05-03 17:00): The auction has ended with a high bid of $2,274. However, the auction’s reserve price was not met.