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A Steve Jobs ‘home tour,’ courtesy of Gizmodo

Saturday, February 19, 2011

image Gizmodo rented an airplane and had a photographer fly over the demolition of the Jackling House, the historic Spanish Colonial Revival mansion in Woodside that Steve Jobs bought in 1984 and finally succeeded in having demolished last week. Jobs didn’t actually live in the house, not since a long time ago, anyway. He lives in Palo Alto.

Add Jobs: Gizmodo doesn’t just stop with the before and after pictures of the Woodside property on its website, however. It devotes a spread to places Jobs has lived, from his childhood apartment in San Francisco to the Los Altos track home in whose garage he and Steve Wozniak assembled the first Apple I circuit boards in the ‘70s. That’s Jobs in front of the garage in the photo.
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