Apple computers was founded on April 1, 1976. In this commercial for the Japanese human resources brand PERSOL, Steve Wozniak talks about how he "stumbled into a journal about digital computer topics" and how it changed his life. Read the rest “Steve Wozniak on how he became passionate about computers”
Omar Ghabra won Twitter with these photos, and this quip: “An Arab-looking man of Syrian descent in a garage w/his accomplice building what appears to be a bomb. Arrest them.” Read the rest “Arab-looking man of Syrian descent found in garage building what looks like a bomb”
Here is Esquire's candid interview with Steve Wozniak, who talks about his disappointment over our growing loss of privacy and the truth about his relationship with Steve Jobs.
I'll say the same thing as Steve, and the press will make it seem like I'm trying to bash Apple. Like when they lowered the price of the iPhone, a reporter asked me about price drop. I said it was too fast too quick, which was the same thing Steve had said, but they made it seem like I was bashing Apple.
Image: by Schreibvieh Read the rest “Steve Wozniak says the media is wrong about him and Steve Jobs”
Daniel Kottke lives and works in Palo Alto, Ca. Here, he talks about the genesis of his 1974 trip to India with Steve Jobs.
Daniel Kottke was one of Apple's first employees, assembling the company's earliest kit computers with Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in a California kitchen. In 1974, Jobs and Kottke backpacked across India in search of themselves; now, they are industry legends. Along the way, he debugged circuit boards, helped design the Apple III and the Mac, and became host of Palo Alto cable TV show The Next Step. Read the rest “Searching for Magic in India and Silicon Valley: An Interview with Daniel Kottke, Apple Employee #12”