IWoz: Computer Geek to Cult Icon : how I Invented the Personal Computer, Co-founded Apple, and Had Fun Doing it
The mastermind behind Apple sheds his low profile and steps forward to tell his story for the first time.
Before cell phones that fit in the palm of your hand and slim laptops that fit snugly into briefcases, computers were like strange, alien vending machines. They had cryptic switches, punch cards and pages of encoded output. But in 1975, a young engineering wizard named Steve Wozniak had an idea: What if you combined computer circuitry with a regular typewriter keyboard and a video screen? The result was the first true personal computer, the Apple I, a widely affordable machine that anyone could understand and figure out how to use.
Wozniak's lifebefore and after Appleis a "home-brew" mix of brilliant discovery and adventure, as an engineer, a concert promoter, a fifth- grade teacher, a philanthropist, and an irrepressible prankster. From the invention of the first personal computer to the rise of Apple as an industry giant, iWoz presents a no-holds-barred, rollicking, firsthand account of the humanist inventor who ignited the computer revolution. 16 pages of illustrations.
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Our Gang The Electronics Kids
The Logic Game
Learning by Accident
The Ethical TV Jammer
Cream Soda Days
Phreaking for Real
Escapades with Steve
HP and Moonlighting as a Crazy Polack
The Apple II
The Biggest IPO Since Ford
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
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