Steve Jobs visited the author in the 1970s to find out what it was like to be an entrepreneur. It was still a pre-tech age with computer companies being like other corporations of the era, complete with suits and ties. Steve was the new wave; he sought out the author because his company was different than the old line companies but not what Steve imagined. The conversations were scintillating and imaginative. The author acts the role of Boswell with Dr. Johnson, Steve Jobs. The author also lists the 14 rules of Steve Jobs. As the author says, this is a Sherwood Anderson, Winesburg, Ohio moment, never to be repeated.
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