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If you love what you do and are willing to do what it takes, it's within your reach.
I wish to God that Apple and Google were partners in the future.
My primary phone is the iPhone. I love the beauty of it. But I wish it did all the things my Android does, I really do.
Most inventors and engineers I've met are like me. They're shy and they live in their heads. The very best of them are artists. And artists work best alone.
I learned not to worry so much about the outcome, but to concentrate on the step I was on and to try to do it as perfectly as I could when I was doing it.
Wherever smart people work, doors are unlocked.
Never trust a computer you can't throw out a window.
I just believe in whatever you're going to do, even if it's work, have a little bit of fun attitude about it. You can be happy.
The easier it is to do something, the harder it is to change the way you do it.
Steve Jobs doesn't use a Mac, and won't, because it's too crappy in his opinion.
A lot of hacking is playing with other people, you know, getting them to do strange things.
My dream was actually just to have a computer some day. If I'd imagined that it meant starting a company to sell them, I probably would have avoided the whole thing.
It would be nice to design a real briefcase - you open it up and it's your computer but it also stores your books.
Don't worry that you can't seem to come up with sure billion dollar winners at first. Just do projects for yourself for fun. You'll get better and better.
Creative things have to sell to get acknowledged as such.
To give of yourself is much more important than giving a gift you can buy.
I sold my most valuable possession, but I knew that because I worked at Hewlett Packard, I could buy the next model calculator the very next month for a lower price than I sold the older one for!
All the best people in life seem to like LINUX.
I really worry about everything going to the cloud.
When you stop and think about it, a smartphone is basically a whistle you can carry.
I was born to teach. I have always had this gift with children.
I went - I had designed - in high school designed hundreds and hundreds of computers over and over and over, so I developed these skills without ever thinking I'd do it in life as job.
I had a TV set and a typewriter and that made me think a computer should be laid out like a typewriter with a video screen.
Everything we did we were setting the tone for the world.
Teachers started recognizing me and praising me for being smart in science and that made me want to be even smarter in science!
For some reason I get this key position of being one of two people that started the company that started the revolution.
My goal wasn't to make a ton of money. It was to build good computers.
Imagination is something you do alone.
The first Apple was just a culmination of my whole life.
Some great people are leaders and others are more lucky, in the right place at the right time. I'd put myself in the latter category. But I'd never call myself a normal designer of anything.
At our computer club, we talked about it being a revolution. Computers were going to belong to everyone, and give us power, and free us from the people who owned computers and all that stuff.
But I know newspapers. They have the first amendment and they can tell any lie knowing it's a lie and they're protected if the person's famous or it's a company.
You know what, Steve Jobs is real nice to me. He lets me be an employee and that's one of the biggest honors of my life.
Bill Gates did predict that computers for people made sense because he wrote a basic.
I absolutely do not need a salary or a job, that's the last thing I need.
I'd learned enough about circuitry in high school electronics to know how to drive a TV and get it to draw - shapes of characters and things.
I worked with such concentration and focus and I had hundreds of obscure engineering or programming things in my head. I was just real exceptional in that way
I thought Microsoft did a lot of things that were good and right building parts of the browser into the operating system. Then I thought it out and came up with reasons why it was a monopoly
I am also atheist or agnostic (I don't even know the difference). I've never been to church and prefer to think for myself.
In the end, I hope there's a little note somewhere that says I designed a good computer.
You need the kind of objectivity that makes you forget everything you've heard, clear the table, and do a factual study like a scientist would.
If I designed a computer with 200 chips, I tried to design it with 150. And then I would try to design it with 100. I just tried to find every trick I could in life to design things real tiny
I think that the anti-Microsoft sentiment is simply due to their having been so successful selling a lot of crap.
It's funny how when you're up so late at night for so long your mind can get into these creative places, the kind of creative places that come to you when you're halfway between asleep and awake.
Every dream I've ever had in life has come true ten times over.
In some parts of life, like mathematics and science, yeah, I was a genius. I would top all the top scores you could ever measure it by.
Back in high school I told my dad, "I'm going to have a computer someday." And he said that it cost as much as a house-the downpayment on a house. And I said, "Well, I'll live in an apartment."
I wanted to be funny. And I'm always acknowledged for my pranks and jokes nowadays.
After the Apple II was introduced, then came the Commodore and the Tandy TRS-80.
The biggest benefit in my life comes from my Segway, which I use everywhere I am. If I'm going to San Antonio, for example, I'll load it in the car and just go everywhere with it.