American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Wozniak, Stephen Born 1950. American computer engineer who cofounded Apple Computers (1975).
“Computers, in Wozniak's scheme, will increase our intellectual capacity and enhance our rational self-control.”
“This week the company ‚ – whose name is derived from the Woz in Wozniak ‚ – plans to announce its formal management structure.”
“But the judges 'comments were markedly kinder this week than they were last week, when one called Wozniak's dancing a "disaster.”
“Well, this seems a bit strange – Dancing with the Stars’ Steve Wozniak is rumored to be walking his pro partner, Karina Smirnoff, down the aisle when she gets married to DWTS hottie Maksim Chmerkovskiy.”
“But Steve Wozniak is a genius, and even a prodigy, and I didn’t think that was where one normally set the bar for first-year university courses.”
“For those of you who don’t speak nerd, Wozniak is the founder of APPLE Computer!”
“But Jobs also calls Wozniak "the first person I met that knew more about electronics than I did.”
“Smirnoff, a Russian ballerina, called Wozniak the "nicest man alive.”
“So the question we really have to ask ourselves is, do we go along with these new devices and software updates that leave us screaming for the Head of Apple Steve Wozniak, or do we say "forget it, until we are told that this could save the human race, we'll just sit back and enjoy the ride?”
“WAYLON JENNINGS LIVE AT THE US FESTIVAL 1983 $16.98; Shout -- In 1983, former Apple founder Steve Wozniak threw a party, a multi-day music festival.”
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