“I met Steve Jobs while I worked at Gizmodo,” Brian Lam writes for The Wirecutter.
“He was always a gentleman. Steve liked me and he liked Gizmodo. And I liked him back,” Lam writes. “Some of my friends who I used to work with at Gizmodo refer to those days as the Good Old Days. That is because those were the days before it all went to shit. That was before we got the iPhone 4 prototype.”
Lam writes, “I thought about the dilemma every day for about a year and half. It caused me a lot of grief, and stopped writing almost entirely. It made my spirit weak. Three weeks ago, I felt like I had had enough. I wrote my apology letter to Steve.”
Read more in the full article, “Steve Jobs Was Always Kind To Me (Or, Regrets of An Asshole),” here.
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