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Jun 8th 2010 3:48PM @jaffreywali And just because they quote several very prominent persons, including a well known CEO of several companies and a well known VC doesn't mean they're telling the truth - but they have quite a bit of motivation to BE truthful or else they could face slander charges. . .
On the other hand, I do remember those days and how Sculley was seen as a savior and actually got things running again after Jobs did stall the company.
Personally, I think his time outside of Apple focused him significantly. His time developing NeXT was HUGELY beneficial and got him working on things that made Apple what it is now.
Jun 8th 2010 3:45PM @manofchao5 Defacing is still vandalism is still defacing is still vandalism is still against the law and faces fines (in California) of up to about $10,000 - stickers are covered under California Penal Code 594 (as are felt tipped permanent markers, aerosol paints, etc.)
Jun 8th 2010 1:01PM @Johnswfc Strange - "In an interview with The Daily Beast, Crisp recalled how undisciplined Jobs and the original Apple crew could be—enough so that they didn’t shrink at defacing the home of David Rockefeller." Hmmm - sounds like Jobs was a GREAT CEO at the time. . . your hindsight is amazing. . .
Remember, at the time, Apple was floundering. The Mac had no market and no apps; the only place the IIe was successful was in schools, the IIgs flopped. . . and Jobs was alienating everyone around him.
You might actually read the article. . .
May 28th 2010 2:56PM @juventuz AFAIK NetFlix does this, yes.