Just so there is no misunderstanding, I thought him a despicable jurist. The Onion's headline - "Scalia Dies After Thirty Years of Impeding Social Progress" - is sad and true.
Here's a first-person item from Facebook that deserves to be widespread; what a shame this didn't come up in his confirmation hearings.
Here's musicologist Jonathan Bellman dissecting a particularly horrifying comment Scalia made from the bench, and another post in which he discusses truly great scholarship at a "non-elite" university.
All sympathies to his friends, family, and colleagues, of course, but his record as a public servant is open to, and deserving of, great criticism.