Steve Jobs Note Headed to the Auction Block

A handwritten note penned by Steve Jobs is headed to the auction block. The note, written in 1974 by the then 19-year-old Jobs, offers tips on how Atari could improve the functionality of its World Cup Soccer arcade game. Jobs worked for Atari before co-founding Apple with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in 1976.
“The present report, written for his supervisor Stephen Bristow, was meant to improve the functionality and fun of World Cup,” reads a description on Sotheby’s website.

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The Commodore 64 Returns

Prior to 1982 no one had heard of a personal computer. These days, every room in the house is hooked up with a PC.  It all started with the release of the infamous Commodore 64 and then Atari 800, Apple II and IIe.  But the C64 became the most beloved of the group, altering the way people interacted with a computer.

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