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It was Bill who introduced Jobs to Steve Wozniak, what is now known to be quite the revolutionary partnership.Wozniak was working at Hewlett Packard in the summer of 1970.

Now you have two 18 year-old teenagers who could make and save up some money, living while the 60s were still fresh in everyone's minds.He would walk across town to get a weekly free meal at the local Hare Krishna temple.Till 1974, Jobs had already dropped out of Reed College, Portland, and was working with Atari on their game chips.He would tell him what the parts inside were called, what they did and how they worked together. While pursuing electronics as a growing hobby and attending Homestead High School at Cupertino, he got the chance to become friends with a neighbor, Bill Fernandez.Bill later became the first employee to work at Apple Computer.Jobs and Kottke decided it was worth visiting him once and look for spiritual guidance.

Unfortunately, he had already passed away before Jobs and Kottke set foot on Indian soil. From all his experience in India, he came to an understanding that he later quoted: "We weren't going to find a place where we could go for a month to be enlightened.

He shaved his head and kept his beard, wore loose clothes, went on long periods of fasting, ate nothing but fruits (possibly his favorite one could have been the apple) and also tried primal scream therapy.

He still remained fascinated by technology, but started to realize the importance of appearances and the ability to sell something to a consumer.

It was one of the first times that I started to realize that maybe Thomas Edison did a lot more to improve the world than Karl Marx and Neem Karoli Baba put together." This quote perhaps tells us everything about the direction that Steve's thinking took while growing up.

He stayed in India for seven months, which made him change the way he saw life and the way he dressed.

Steve decided to drop out and began attending lectures on audit, just to learn.