"We have a habit of turning sentimental about celebrities who are struck down--Muhammad Ali, Christopher Reeve--transforming them into mystics; still, it's almost impossible to sit beside Roger Ebert, lifting blue Post-it notes from his silk fingertips, and not feel as though he's become something more than he was." That's one of the lines in Chris Jones' astounding profile of Roger Ebert in Esquire. Read it.