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Apple included in Time’s ’80 Days That Changed The World’

Last month, Time magazine celebrated the 80th anniversary of its first issue. To mark the milestone, it looked over the past eight decades and picked 80 days that changed the world. “April 1, 1976: They were two guys named Steve, so Steve Jobs was called Steve and Steve Wozniak went by Woz. At 25, Wozniak was the technical brains,” writes Lev Grossman. “Jobs, 21, was the dreamer with a knack for getting others to dream along with him. They had gone to the same high school, and in the hazy years after graduation — both were college dropouts — a shared interest in electronics brought them together. Jobs didn’t yet have his own place, so when their formal partnership began, the decision was made in a bedroom at his parents’ ranch house in Los Altos, California… Nobody, not even Jobs, saw what was coming next: that Apple would create the look and feel of every desktop in the world and start our love affair with the personal computer.”

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