Read iWozby Steve Wozniak – valtrex-4.us

iWoz iWoz traces the life and times of a brilliant, gifted individual whose contributions to the scientific, business and cultural realms are extensive BookpageBefore slim laptops that fit into briefcases, computers looked like strange, alien vending machines But in the most staggering burst of technical invention by a single person in high tech history BusinessWeek Steve Wozniak invented the first true personal computer Wozniak teamed up with Steve Jobs, and Apple Computer was born, igniting the computer revolution and transforming the world Here, thirty years later, the mischievous genius with the low profile treats readers to a rollicking, no holds barred account of his life for once, in the voice of the wizard himself. Read iWoz – valtrex-4.us

Read iWozby Steve Wozniak – valtrex-4.us
  • Paperback
  • 313 pages
  • iWoz
  • Steve Wozniak
  • English
  • 08 November 2018
  • 0393330435

    10 thoughts on “Read iWozby Steve Wozniak – valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    I gave up.Edit To give this a bitdepth, let me explain Steve Wozniak is a brilliant man, a kind man, a wonderful man I d love to have him as a friend, family member, coworker I said the opposite of Jobs when reading his biography He just simply cannot write Every page reads like an excited little boy who just came home from school And then I built this project And then I pushed the on button And the lights didn t work But I learned a lot And I tried a new project for the scie I gave up.Edit To give this a bitdepth, let me explain Steve Wozniak is a brilliant man, a kind man, a ...


  2. says:

    Steve Wozniak Crazy Technical Genius I m glad I ignored most reviews about this book Anyone starting to read this book expecting to be wowed by a literary genius or amazing elaborate stories need to a reality check What I love about this book is that you totally get that Steve Wozniak is a pure bred engineer and anyone who has spent any significant amount of time with engineers would understand that his commentary is not about boasting or arrogance, it s simply the way engineers think He e Steve...


  3. says:

    WozOne hell of a big ego, almost too mich to bear Although this book is an interesting glimpse at the early Apple days and the Apple I and II, many of Woz s claims did not ring true for me.I was with Digital Equipment Corporation DEC from 1973 to 1983 2nd largest computer company at the time and many of the 1sts or breaktgroughs claimed by Woz had been already done by DEC and others In my opinion, Apple s world game changer was the Lisa Its graphics windows user interface and its s WozOne hell of a big ego, almost too mich to bear Although this book is an interesting glimpse at the early Apple days and the Apple I and II, many of Woz s claims did not ring true for me.I was with Digital Equipment Corporation DEC from 1973 to 1983 2nd largest computer company at the time and many of the 1sts or breaktgroughs claimed by Woz had been already done by DEC and others In...


  4. says:

    Steve Wozniak is one of my heros He s a brilliant engineer who changed the world just by doing what he loved to do and doing it well His sense of humor is legendary and wonderful I love me some Woz So I pre ordered iWoz as soon as I heard about it and couldn t wait for thebox to arrive at my door Boy was I disappointed The writing for this book is atrocious It uses small words and basic, repetitive sentence structure It s boring to read The stories are interesting but definitely Steve Wozniak is one of my heros He s a brilliant engineer who changed the world just by doing what he loved to do and doing it well His sense of humor is legendary and wonderful I love me some Woz So I pre ordered iWoz as soon as I heard about it and couldn t wait for thebox to arrive at my door Boy was I disappointed The writing for this book is atrocious It uses small words and basic, repetitive sentence structure It s boring to rea...


  5. says:

    This book is a very difficult read I have tremendous respect for Woz, but this book was so poorly written and had such a conceited narrative that I struggled big time I can t believe he had a co author This book grates ...


  6. says:

    Delicate, wonderful, inspiring biography Review tonight


  7. says:

    One of my favorite literary genres is the origin story How did a great thing get invented, how did a great person become great This one is the story of how Steve Wozniak invented the personal computer at a very young age, and helped found Apple Computer.This is a very breezy read, pretty obviously dictated and barely edited It s like sitting in a room with Steve Wozniak as he tells you his life story, with some diversions and some humorous anecdotes thrown in I finished it in a weekend, and One of my favorite literary genres is the origin story How did a great thing get invented, ...


  8. says:

    Ok, I do have to admit that I haven t finished the book nor do I want to at this point but someday I may pick up where I left off I was first interested in reading this because I thought that the guy who invented Apple must be a pretty interesting guy Maybe he isbut it doesn t come across in this book He comes across as the most arrogant, self centered, s...


  9. says:

    iWoz was a good autobiography of an interesting man Many comments in other reviews mention the self centered and or patronizing sound, but it may not be his intention, and for those who know him, it may not be seen that way Maybe the editors should have told him how it was coming off to strangers, but I tried to give him the benefit of the doubt It may be that he possesses genius of a level that crowds out some social conventions, so he doesn t know that explaining things that are very techni iWoz was a good autobiography of an interesting man Many comments in other reviews mention the self centered and or patronizing sound, but it may not be his intention, and for those who know him, it may not be seen that way Maybe the editors should have told him how it was coming off to strangers, but I tried to give him the benefit of the doubt It may be that he possesses genius of a level that crowds out some social conventions, so he doesn t know that explaining things that are very technical, on an elementary level can be off putting to some who have a little knowledge of computers It could be worse Some talk over the heads and readers get lost, when the subject could be quite entertaining I e...


  10. says:

    A personal memoir, and a important counterpart to all the Svengali like portrayals of Steve Jobs as the evil genius behind Apple Because in the beginning there were the Two Steves, each a necessary part of the original Apple, and in this book, Steve Wozniak steps out from behind Jobs shadow with a grin and a wave.Woz is a study in stereotypes a brilliant engineer who thinks in electrons, and a socially inept geek who can t talk to girls A guy who wants to change the world for the better, and A personal memoir, and a important counterpart to all the Svengali like portrayals of Steve Jobs as the evil genius behind Apple Because in the beginning there were the Two Steves, each a necessary part of the original Apple, and in this book, Steve Wozniak steps out from behind Jobs shadow with a grin and a wave.Woz is a study in stereotypes a brilliant engineer who thinks in electrons, and a socially inept geek who can t talk to girls A guy who wants to change the world for the better, and a gleeful early adopter of cutting edge technologies just because they are so COOL He forgiv...

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