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The Woz beams bright when he reminisces about the roots of his techie tendencies.
The story behind Nerds is meant to transport audiences from the 'floppy disc era to the iPhone phenomenon.'
The Apple founder would have been 61 today.
America didn't make it to the moon by taking the easy way out.
Call it putting your brain on a bicycle, said Steve Jobs in 1990.
The show features the tagline, 'Broadway opens its Gates to the nerds who can get the Jobs done right.'
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The late Apple CEO was known for his harsh desire for the very best, encouraging others to push themselves beyond their comfort zones.
Director Danny Boyle, working off Aaron Sorkin's verbal tennis match of a script, brings the inner workings of the late Apple co-founder to the silver screen.
His endorsement is a rarity in the world of biopics, particularly those focused on Jobs.
Back in 2007, he expressed his dislike for styluses.