Can Jobs "Think Outside the Pretty Box"?
Jef Raskin got bitten by the Apple Computer bug in the mid-1970s, back when the two Steves, Wozniak and Jobs, were still working out of a garage. Raskin went to work for the Cupertino (Calif.) startup in 1978, and two years later became the manager of what would become the Macintosh Project. He oversaw the design of a machine that revolutionized the way people interact with digital devices by using a graphical user interface -- a method for controlling the computer that an average person could fathom. This software overlay replaced the traditional method of typing in commands and ushered in the point-and-click approach that persists today.
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