Steve Jobs: The Man Who Thought Different Setting & Symbolism

Karen Blumenthal
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Santa Clara Valley

Steve Jobs spent his first years in Los Alto in the Santa Clara Valley in Northern California. High tech companies and electronics manufacturers were converging on the Valley that was rapidly becoming the heart and soul of the technology age. It would one day unofficially be called the Silicon Valley as a shout out to the tech industries there that had led the world into the high-tech era. Steve went to high school in Palo Alto where Stanford was located and worked a summer job at Hewlett-Packard, one of the pioneers of the technology age.

Homebrew Computer Club

Steve Wozniak was a member of the Homebrew Computer Club. The meetings were held in the garage of one of the members. All the members were computer nerds. Wozniak became inspired to develop a personal computer when he saw the Altair a rough version of a small...

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