|Homebrew Computer Club meeting|
Steve Wozniak stood up and offered free copies of the schematic for the computer he and his friend had built.
After the random access session, attendees talked with each other and with vendors standing at tables in the back of the auditorium. Jobs was behind a table with a wire wrapped version of the Apple I motherboard, and we talked about the trade-offs in implementing functions in software or hardware.
|Wozniak, Jobs and an Apple I|
I was pissed by the kid's arrogance, and walked away.
|Inside the Apple I|
Jobs does not create paintings or songs, he creates products and industries. Painters work with paint and brushes, musicians with instruments. Jobs works with organizations and capital. His artistic works include Apple Computer, Apple, Next, Pixar, Apple stores and iTunes and he's sculpted the personal computer, mobile music and phone, movie, TV and music industries. Now he is dabbling in architecture with Apple's proposed office complex.
Check this column by David Pogue for more on the industries and products Jobs imagined and then created.