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Jobs, Steven Paul

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Jobs, with Stephen Wozniac, co-founded Apple Computers, after developing their first machine in a garage. Jobs' company was also the brains behind the first computer-animated film Toy Story.

He was orphaned as a baby and adopted.

He showed remarkable electronics aptitude early in life and attended lectures at Hewlett-Packard, where he also had a summer job and met Wozniac. He went to Reed College in Portland, Oregon (class of 1976), but dropped out after one term, although he continued to attend classes for a year, also experimenting with drugs and eastern religions.

References

Dever, Maria, and Dever, Aileen. Relative Origins: Famous Foster and Adopted People. (Portland: National Book Company, 1992)
Microsoft Encarta 98 Encyclopedia, 1993-97
Caddes, Carolyn. Portraits of Success: Impressions of Silicon Valley Pioneers. (Palo Alto: Tioga Publishing Co., 1986)
Deutschman, Alan. The Second Coming of Steve Jobs. (New York: Broadway Books, 2000)
Rozakis, Laurie. Steven Jobs: Computer Genius. (Vero Beach: Rourke Enterprises, 1993) (Masters of Invention)
Young, Jeffrey S. The Journey Is the Reward. (Glenview: Scott Foresman Trade, 1988)
Clatterbuck, Leslie. "Steven Jobs." [Includes portrait]. Formerly available at: http://www.cslab.vt.edu/~lclatter/SRC/jobs.html

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Parent(s) Died, Disappeared or Became Incapacitated
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