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Steve Jobs: How to live before you die

It’s no secret that I am a fan of Steve Jobs. When I was 12 years old, my first real computer experiences were on an Apple II. I had earned enough money to buy my own Apple IIe by age 15 (almost $2,000), and was student-teaching UCSD Pascal as a junior in high school. I somehow got my father interested in computers along the way, and he bought the first generation Macintosh in 1984 with a whopping 128K of memory.

After college, I had the opportunity to work with the NeXT Cube and NeXTStep operating system. I still have a NeXT Cube collecting dust in the garage–awaiting it’s place in some museum or geek display.

All along, I have admired what Steve J. & Steve W. started way back then. In the last few years, Apple has transformed multiple industries, including music and now telecommunication and mobile technology.

It was great to see Steve LIVE @ the WWDC this year, and I hope to have the opportunity to meet him up close and in-person in the near future.

I highly recommend you watch this video of Steve addressing the graduating class of 2005 at Stanford University. He is authentic and full of wisdom.

Steve Jobs: How to live before you die

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