:lol: :lol:The drugs didn't always create innovation though. According to Markoff, Engelbart took LSD as part of Stolaroff's program and found its results disappointing. All that came out of it was a floating waterwheel for toilet training that spins when urinated on. Steve Jobs, of course invented the Apple Mac.
You mean it's illegal to use a Blue Box to call the Pope, use a super glue modified whistle to get free phone calls using a 2600Hz sound, and to run from the FBI? Those three make for some good reading.Pretty funny but we who were around at the time know the story goes WAY beyond drugs. (;->)
"Another "brilliant" designer from that period was one Steve Jobs who told Markoff that "taking LSD was one of the two or three most important things he had done in his life." We are curious to know what the other two or three where."
Associations like Steve "Woz" Wozniak and John "Captain Crunch" Draper shown here with Kevin Mitnick. Eh, if you don't understand I guess it's because you don't know their backgrounds before they got into computers.
Dare I ask what you dumped into Google to get this almost 5 year old gem? :lol: Was it the sub-title line in the article?Computers are designed by people on drugs - The Inquirer
Hehehe Now we know why the earlier releases were alot better (IMO),they didnt do this then