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Steve Wozniak Q&A With LosGatosPatch



Steve Wozniak took some time recently with Patch to talk about his friendship with Steve Jobs, the origins of Apple Inc., Apple’s future and whether he would go back to work at Apple. Woz, as he is affectionately called, co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs designing the Apple I and Apple II computers that got everything started back in the early days of the company.

According to the story on Patch:

Steve Wozniak, the “Woz,’” talked at length over the phone with Patch about Bob Dylan, Apple’s early days, and how he and Steve Jobs were not in the same high school graduating class but became friends through a mutual friend and mutual interests,” Avni Nijhawan reports for LosGatosPatch. “The 61-year-old Los Gatos resident and San Jose native is said to have an estimated net worth of $100 million despite his stated apathy toward monetary gain. He’s a giver of money and knowledge and shares that side of his life in a separate Patch article, Meet the Wizard of Woz: Apple Genius, Philanthropist, Dancer.

The interview goes on to detail some interesting information about Apple history, the company, and what Woz thinks about the future of the company. I don’t know about you, but I think Woz would make a great candidate for the “one more thing” segment of future Apple keynotes. Go read the entire interview using the link below I think you’ll enjoy it.

[via LosGatosPatch]


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