Steve jobs a modern genius

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Steve Paul Jobs
1. Jobs was born on February 24, 1955.
2. He revolutionized the world not only of computers but electronics over all.
3. He was not only important to me but to everyone almost everyone knows of him or has his products and even if they don’t know who he is they now his company and products.
4.He has made day to day life easier for everyone. With his products someof them the Mac computer, iPad, iPhone, iPod etc. all of these help our daily lives.
5. Where do you get your ideas? How do you start building the product? How do you decide to how much your products should cost? So that would be what I would ask Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs was born February 24, 1955 put to adoption because his mother’s parents objectedto the relationship. Adopted at birth by Paul Reinhold Jobs (1922–1993) and Clara Jobs (1924–1986) a.k.a. Clara Hagopian.
When asked about his "adoptive parents," Jobs replied emphatically that Paul and Clara Jobs "were my parents." His biological parents subsequently married (December 1955), had a second child Mona Simpson in 1957, and divorced in 1962. Steve attended Monta Loma elementary,Cupertino Junior High and Homestead High school
The Santa Clara county, south of the Bay Area, became known as Silicon Valley in the early 1950s after the sprouting of a myriad of semi-conductor companies. As a result, young Steve Jobs grew up in a neighborhood of engineers working on electronics and other gizmos in their garages on weekends. This shaped his interest in the field as he grew up. Atage 13, he met one the most important persons in his life: 18-year-old Stephen Wozniak, an electronics wiz kid, and, like Steve, an incorrigible prankster.
Five years later, when Steve Jobs reached college age, he told his parents he wanted to enroll in Reed College — an expensive liberal arts college up in Oregon. Even though the tuition fees were astronomical for the poor couple, they hadpromised their son's biological parents he would get a college education, so they relented. Steve spent only one semester at Reed, then dropped out, as he was more interested in eastern philosophy, fruitarian diets, and LSD than in the classes he took. He moved to a hippie commune in Oregon where his main activity was cultivating apples.
A few months later, Steve returned to California to look for ajob. He was hired at the young video game maker Atari, and used his wages to make a trip to India with one of his college friends, in order to 'seek enlightenment'. He came back a little disillusioned and started to take interest in his friend Woz's new activities.

Woz, whose interest in electronics had grown stronger, was regularly attending meetings of a group of early computer hobbyistscalled the Homebrew Computer Club. They were the real pioneers of personal computing, a collection of radio jammers, computer professionals and enlightened amateurs who gathered to show off their latest prowess in building their own personal computer or writing software. The club started to gain popularity after the Altair 8800 personal computer kit came out in 1975.
The knowledge that Woz gathered atthe Homebrew meetings, as well as his exceptional talent, allowed him to build his own computer board — simply because he wanted a personal computer for himself. Steve Jobs took interest, and he quickly understood that his friend's brilliant invention could be sold to software hobbyists, who wanted to write software without the hassle of assembling a computer kit. Jobs convinced Wozniak to starta company for that purpose: Apple Computer was born on April 1, 1976.
The following months were spent assembling boards of Apple I computers in the Jobses' garage, and selling them to independent computer dealers in the area. However, Wozniak had started work on a much better computer, the Apple II — an expandable, much more powerful system that supported color graphics. Jobs and Wozniak knew...
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