After seeing the Macintosh and then reading this issue of Macworld, I had an important realization in my young life: people made this. The Macintosh was the first thing in my life that I recognized as being wholly new. Everything I’d seen thus far in my nine years had seemed like it already existed prior to my birth—perhaps like it had always existed. But here was something different, something amazing, and this magazine explained how it had been created by this small group of people. The implications bloomed in my mind. We aren’t stuck with the things we have now. We can make new things, better things. And it doesn’t take many people to do it.

Steve Jobs: a personal remembrance


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I play piano and sing in the French Quarter. Life is good.

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