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At first I had began brainstorming trying to think of a subject for this paper I had heard Mr Perry speak of Apple computer and of Steve jobs His rise to power and his fall from grace then his rebirth like the phoenix from in myths and legends rising from his own ashes However I didnt know much about the subject So I decided on the subject of Apple computers Then the more I researched I found a more interesting subject In the next few pages I am going to attempt to do justice of the accomplishments of Steve Wozniak No not the other Steve I found Steve Wozniak a more interesting person simply because I had never heard of the man I never new he existed Being of lesser knowledge than most on the subject of computers I found it fascinating The way Steve Wozniak did things Steve Wozniak was born in 1950 A baby boomer he grew up in suburban Santa Clara Valley California with his parents and siblings His father was an engineer for Lockheed and his mother was the president of a Republican Womens Club He was into electronics heavily even as a child and young teenager While looking at a magazine article he spotted a diagram for a simple calculator called the One-Bit-Adder-Subtractor Woz as his friends called him dissected the plans and made improvements In Cupertino Science Fair he took home first prize with the Ten Bit Parallel Adder Subtractor It was his first attempt at building a computer This would be the beginning of a great learning era it would seem In junior high he had already taught himself how to design programs in computer languages At homestead high school he absorbed everything he could about electronics and physics He fare outreached his counter parts in class After he graduated he went on to the University of Colorado but flunked out You see he was bored with
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