thirty-years, computers, music, movies and mobile phones were transformed by Apple’s Steve Jobs. He was a brilliant visionary. There were few executives in history who suffered such painful setbacks, and yet enjoyed so much success. Jobs went from nearly being blowned this amazing fortune and bankrupted himself to rising as a billionaire with a brilliant future. For most of his life, Jobs was considered as ‘half-jerk’ ‘half-genius’ by the majority of indoviduals in the community in which he lived and worked
wanted to be able to play games without someone yelling at them to get back to work. They wanted their own personal computer (Campbell-Kelley and Aspray 237-238; Triumph). Some people were already experimenting with building computers. In 1971 Steve Wozniak and Bill Fernandez built a simple computer out of parts that were rejected by local companies. This computer, which they called the "cream soda computer," worked with lights and switches and is considered by many to be the first personal computer
History of the PC “If one thinks about it, it is truly remarkable how far the technology has advanced since the first digital computer was introduced in 1946. The ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator) was designed and built at the University of Pennsylvania. It weighed 30-tons and took up 1500 square feet of floor space. The first computer developed in Europe was the EDSAC (Electronic Delay-Storage Automatic Computer). This machine was built at Cambridge University in 1949.