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How a geeky club sparked Apple's first computer and gave Woz a 'Eureka' moment A 1975 meeting in a Silicon Valley garage inspired the young, shy Steve Wozniak to build the Apple I -- and ignite a legacy.

How a geeky club sparked Apple's first computer and gave Woz a...

The black-and-white photo from 1976 shows Steve Jobs (right) with co-founder Steve Wozniak. In the foreground Steve Jobs gives a talk in January 2010. James Martin/CNET You may know Steve Wozniak as the nerdy sidekick behind Apple's late ..., 1 month ago

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Weekly Standard

Man vs. Pawn

After the workday, far too many of us come home and turn on our televisions or our computers. But some of us indulge in more traditional, non-electronic hobbies, and these hobbies have rituals, which seem mystifying to the outsider. For example, the ...
 Weekly Standard6 days ago
Mid Day

Tech: A look at Apple Inc's many innovations

The beginning... Apple I: The first ever technological endeavour by Apple, the Apple I kits were computers single handedly designed and hand-built by co-founder Steve Wozniak, who demonstrated it at the Homebrew Computer Club. Consisting of a ...
 Mid Day1 month ago A brief look at the history of Apple  GSMArena.com3 weeks ago 'Steve Jobs didn't know technology and just wanted to be important': Steve Wozniak claims his business partner played no role in the design of early Apple devices  Capital Bay1 month ago Jobs just wanted to be important  Gold Coast Bulletin1 month ago
Business Insider Malaysia

SILICON ALLEY 100: Meet the most inspiring and influential people in New York tech right now

Samantha Lee/Business Insider New York tech moves as fast as the city, with new rounds of fundraising, acquisitions, and startups forming daily, so we culled through the NYC tech and startup scene — aka Silicon Alley — to bring you the ...
 Business Insider Malaysia16 hours ago
New Yorker

Pop for Misfits

It takes two hours and forty-five minutes to get from Los Angeles to San Diego by train, and a little longer than that if there is a mechanical delay, which on this day there was. Claire Boucher, curled up in a window seat on the train's ...
 New Yorker2 weeks ago
Scientific American

Why Neuroscience Needs Hackers

Brain researchers are overwhelmed with data. Hackers can help By Daniel Goodwin | Aug 18, 2015 | There was a time when neuroscientists could only dream of having such a problem. Now the fantasy has come true, and they are struggling to solve ...
 Scientific American1 month ago
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