Steve Jobs at his home office in 1982

Sep 25, 2009 - 10 Comments

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“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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  1. wes says:

    Do i see vinyl? yes i see vinyl :) awesome picture

  2. Michael says:

    awesome picture!

  3. Charles Mawby says:

    Jobs experimented with LSD… in which case that really *IS* all you need. LSD provides the rest.

  4. Factopo says:

    You know he was named CEO of the decade for whatever reason? Yeah, you can ask Factopo about it if you want.

  5. appleuser says:

    No wonder why we get mice with no buttons… he’s stoned out of his mind..;-)

  6. Golden says:

    Great picture!

    Can we get it in higher resolutions?!! That would be awesome…..

    • Matt says:

      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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  8. wilner says:

    I once worked at a computer store whose owner had an original Apple I (not on display). I think he still has it.

  9. Anonymous says:

    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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