Steve Wozniak, who started Apple with Steve Jobs in a garage, likes to wait in line for Apple products. But an L.A. reporters was surprised to see him check in on Foursquare at a mall in Century City because he's usually up in the Bay Area.
So she headed over to interview him and the surprised fanboys in sleeping bags next to him.
“When we started, we knew that the world was going to change in a lot of ways. A lot of things that used to be mechanical were going to become electronic. We didn’t have any idea what this new revolution with mobile and smartphones starting with the iPhone. It’s really a computer in your hand. Then when the app store came I found that my life is driven by these apps… We knew it was a revolution but we didn’t know it was going to be this intense, this major once chips could put an entire computer on one chip.”
“I try not to [think of Steve Jobs while standing in line]. I have more of a connection to Steve Jobs than the average person… It’s not bittersweet at all. There are still great products coming out. Steve was really responsible for setting up a company, a culture, a method of developing products that continue to create great products. If I ever see them not great, then I’ll be screaming. That will be a sad day.”
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