Guy Kawasaki speaks to Woz in hour-long video interview

“A one-hour video interview between Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and original Mac Evangelist Guy Kawasaki is available to view online,” Jonny Evans reports for Macworld UK.

“It was filmed at the Commonwealth Club of Silicon Valley, where Woz showed up to promote his book iWoz,” Evans reports.

“The Apple co-founder talks about his book, his youth and his early days at Apple. He also discusses the best and the worst experiences of his life, what he’s engaged in at present, and offers his notions on product design,” Evans reports.

Full article with link to the video here.

18 Comments

  1. Why didn’t he tell him to shut his mouth and not talk about things which he has no clue about, he knows less about Apple doings than you and I do – Jobs would love this guy to move on and cease the association

  2. Everybody needs to stop hating on Woz. He’s the single most important person in Apple’s history. Without Woz, there is no Jobs.

    Yes, he’s a doddering old man now (mentally, anyway) but his thoughts are not without genius, and he HAS EARNED YOUR RESPECT. Give it to him.

  3. The 70’s are long gone, just because Woz was a key player then does not make him a genious now – The inventor of the phonograph if he could should not speak with authority on CD technology of companies which he is not involved with.

    Woz has a place in history but not in today’s Apple and I think that is what zero is refering to,

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