Memories of Steve Part 1

by Don Melton

I have no plans to watch the movie about Steve Jobs that came out earlier this year. Just as I have no plans to read Walter Isaacson’s biography of him.
It’s not because I think those efforts are somehow not worthy of Steve’s memory. It’s just that I have my own recollections of the man. And I’m very jealous in guarding them. I don’t want those few and fleeting memories fractured and confused by other people’s interpretations. Consider that a fair warning, because I’d like to recount a few of my own stories about Steve here. Not only for you, but for myself. Because maybe in the process, I can remember him better.
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