“This was a very typical time. I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo, you know, and that’s what I had.” – Steve Jobs
Amazing picture and quote from Diana Walker
Source: Diana Walker: The Bigger Picture
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Do i see vinyl? yes i see vinyl awesome picture
Jobs experimented with LSD… in which case that really *IS* all you need. LSD provides the rest.
You know he was named CEO of the decade for whatever reason? Yeah, you can ask Factopo about it if you want.
No wonder why we get mice with no buttons… he’s stoned out of his mind..;-)
Can we get it in higher resolutions?!! That would be awesome…..
Use a service called TinEye to find copies of an image at other sizes. Or drag the original into a Google Image search query box.
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I once worked at a computer store whose owner had an original Apple I (not on display). I think he still has it.
Lets stop acting like Steve Jobs was some messiah of computing, please. The man didn’t invent a damn thing. Name one thing Apple is known for and I can name where it actually came from. GUI? Xerox PARC. Mouse? Douglas Englebrat. Operating Systems? LONG line of people and groups who created every single aspect of Mac OS/OS X independently.
More importantly, one of the people who helped invent Unix died a week after Steve Jobs actually WAS a revolutionary and wound up going unsung while everyone praises a guy whose only real accomplishment in his career was selling other people’s work.
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