basement of the Apple campus.
Jobs had just recently come back to the company, after a 12-year layoff working for two of his
own startups: NeXT, which made ultra-high-end computers, and Pixar. He was taking a tour
of Apple, becoming reacquainted with what the company had become in the years since he'd
left. It must have been a sobering, even ugly sight: Apple was dying at the hands of
Microsoft, IBM, Dell, and a litany of competitors who were doing what Apple did, only
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