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Jef Raskin

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Making technology work simpler, he was at the heart of that from the first days at Apple. Jef Raskin is one of the most important people in personal computers, to this day.
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Steve Wozniak

 
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My sculpture can last for days or a few seconds what is important to me is the experience of making. I leave all my work outside and often return to watch it decay.

 
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