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Edited by Jonathan Vernon, Tuesday, 8 May 2012, 09:01
Wozniak and Steve Jobs, their pranks and phone hacks. They learnt how to work together and get the intrinsic reward thatclmes from pulling it off. Wozniak the innventor, while Steve Jobs would make it user-friendly, package and sell it and make a few bucks. isaacson describes Jobs as 'Sensitive, insensitive, bristly and detached. Showing the traits at junior school that he kept later in life'. How can 'useful' pranks and boisterou inventivesness be fostered, rather than killed off? Should they be confined to Secondary School (High School) and university? What examples can you think of, from personal experience or from the press, where a bond has been formed by a 'young people' that has gone on to bare fruit? Beyond the Fringe Monty Python Many rock bands Directors and actors
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