Apple Co-founder Ron Wayne Talks About the Early Days

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Ron Wayne, one of the co-founders of Apple, talks to Bloomberg News about the formation of the company in the 1970s and how his interests diverged from the passions of the two Steves.  He ended up selling all his shares back to Steve Jobs and walked away from the company to pursue gaming hardware. Asked about his decision, he said [7m30s] "... it was a different world ... you didn't realize ... no one could have anticipated what it [Apple I] has turned into."  It's a fascinating interview with a man who, had he stayed the course, would have been an Apple billionaire. But he followed his own dream. [Note: Adobe Flash required.]

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scottnch

That’s one of the strangest things I ever saw. What the <expletive> does the butler have to do with anything?

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