Steve Jobs, 23, at first ever television appearance
A nervous 23-year old Steve Jobs preps for first TV appearance
"You need to tell me where the restroom is too because I'm deathly ill and ready to throw up at any moment"
February 10, 2011 3:10AM (UTC)
Before black turtlenecks and iPods, there was just a young, blubbering Steve Jobs trying to not sweat too much for his first ever TV appearance.
"God look at that! Look! I'm on television," says the giddy 23-year old.
It is endearing, to say the least, to witness the technology mastermind get sick at the thought of his face on television.
"You need to tell me where the restroom is too because I'm deathly ill actually and ready to throw up at any moment, so..."
Amy Steinberg is an editorial fellow at Salon.
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