Steve Jobs at the first West Coast Computer Faire where the Apple II computer was debuted, in April 1977 in San Francisco.
"Thanks for changing the world." That was one of the messages at a makeshift altar in front of Steve Jobs' home in Palo Alto last night. Jobs is being remembered throughout the world as a technology and design visionary, and the leader of one of the most profitable companies in the world. But he was also the quintessential California dreamer -- a San Francisco-born counterculture icon who reshaped the whole idea of the Silicon Valley executive. Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler
Steve Jobs and the Bay Area
- KQED's Joshua Johnson and NPR's Laura Sydell discuss how Jobs was influenced by Bay Area culture in the 1960s.
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