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Back in 1976 there were no iPods, iPhones, iPads, or internet. In fact, there were no PCs. True, there were computers – the giant room- size variety then found at universities, big companies, and the Pentagon. Back then, it was still pretty much the punch-card era. For the most part, desk-top calculators did the math, and typewriters the word processing. But two young guys from California named Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs were about to change that. Within five years of attaching an assembly of microprocessing chips to a piece of plywood and calling it a personal computer, these two guys would be sitting atop a major new company named Apple worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Their inventive moment and entre- preneurial follow-through set off a process that would dramatically change the world.
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