Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different - Part 1: Chapters 4, 5, 6, and 7 Summary & Analysis

Karen Blumenthal
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Although Steve could have gone to a public university in California very inexpensively, he chose to attend Reed College, a small liberal arts school in Portland, Oregon. His parents said the tuition was too high but Steve, as usual, got his way and his parents scraped together enough for the first semester. Steve was upset with the curriculum; he was made to take too many classes. He was notorious for going barefoot all the time, only wearing sandals when it snowed. He practiced mediation with a friend and became a vegetarian. He became friendly with Robert Friedland who had served time for possessing LSD which he also provided to Steve. Friedland was glib and personable, traits the shy and reserved Steve Jobs began to emulate. Jobs paid very little attention to his classes which showed up in his grades. He dropped out...

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