Woz: Jobs will be remembered for his vision and 'negative personality' - CNET
It's no secret that Steve Jobs had a mixed reputation during his There's no question about whether Jobs was driven, but his relationship with. Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak (played by Seth Rogen, left) and Another key plot point is Jobs' relationship with his Apple coworkers. Steve Wozniak, a longtime friend of Steve Jobs and the cofounder of Apple, According to Wozniak, Jobs wasn't willing to accept that the Lisa . have been on and off for 20 years — here's a timeline of their relationship.
Wozniak was the prankster spirit. Hack host Tom Tilley and Steve Wozniak. One of his nicknames is "the Second Steve".
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When Hack meets Wozniak in his Sydney hotel room, five years on from the death of the other Steve, he's in town on a five-stop high concept speaking tour.
He wears a black skivvy. The promotional website leads with the quote: It's a confrontation that never happened in real life, the year-old says.
He was a good friend.
He had very, very, very negative sides and he didn't seem to care what other people felt. And although he says there was never any tension between him and Jobs, "not right to the end of life", long ago they had stopped being close.
He wanted so strongly to find the way to be an important person in the world. That was good with me. I was the shy engineer who wanted to go into the laboratory and keep inventing things and building them. Supplied Wozniak strives to appear sanguine and composed about the past, and about what happened between him and Jobs, but it's not hard to pick up on some niggling discomfort. He doesn't like Ashton Kutcher's portrayal of Jobs the movie Jobs fromhe says, because it showed the young CEO as "god-like" and "a top smart thinker having reason and guidance.
Then there's straight-out humblebragging. I only designed it.
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On occasion, as with his insistence on building a perfectly cube-shaped computer at NeXT, that worked against him. Much more often, it worked for him, as when he designed the case of the Apple II to be a complete, integrated computer, with monitor and keyboard at the ready--unheard of at the time. People care about beauty.
Woz got his facts slightly wrong--it's not only the watchbands that differ from a less expensive to more expensive Apple Watch, it's also the case itself. In the more expensive editions, it's made of karat gold. I'm guessing that, like most geeks, Woz doesn't spend a lot of time in jewelry stores. Gold is beautiful in a way other metals are not. In this respect, the Apple Watch is completely consistent with the company Steve Jobs created Woz left the company after its first five years.
Beauty was always top-of-mind for him.
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A functional piece of technical equipment could also be a pleasure to use and lovely to look at. No one made that connection before him, and no one since has done it better.
Even for a non-Apple user like myself, it's difficult to look at these items and not want one. The Apple Watch, even the expensive solid gold version, doesn't do that.
There are plenty of other smartwatches on the market that are just as beautiful, and just as usable, with longer battery life. That's the true problem with this product--whatever Woz may think about paying too much for a watchband or case. Mar 17, Like this column? Sign up to subscribe to email alerts and you'll never miss a post.