iWoz: Computer Geek to Cult Icon
A New York Times Bestseller: "iWoz traces the life and times of a brilliant, gifted...individual whose contributions to the scientific, business and cultural realms are extensive." —Bookpage
Before slim laptops that fit into briefcases, computers looked like strange, alien vending machines. But in "the most staggering burst of technical invention by a single person in high-tech history" (BusinessWeek) Steve Wozniak invented the first true personal computer. Wozniak teamed up with Steve Jobs, and Apple Computer was born, igniting the computer revolution and transforming the world. In iWoz the mischievous genius with the low profile treats readers to a rollicking, no-holds-barred account of his life—for once, in the voice of the wizard himself.
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Wow, after reading this book, I realise Steve Wozniak is brilliant, arrogant, simple, selfish, passionate, and a loner. That's what it takes to be a genius these days. His child like narrative style is a tad annoying, but when you persist with the book, his story is quite interesting. It's a great insight into the complexities, and politics within a billion dollar company.
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The Woz Plan
Have I Mentioned I Have the Voice of an Angel?
Leaving Apple Moving to Cloud Nine
The Mad Hatter
Rules to Live By
My Big Idea
The Apple I
Our Very Own Company